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CATALOGUE OF GREEK COINS. 



THESSALY TO AETOLIA. 



BY PERCY GARDNER, M.A., F.S.A. 

DXliVBT PSOrSSSOB OF AKOHi-lOXrOOT IV THK ninyXBSITT OV C^ICBRIDOS. 



EDITED BY 

REGINALD STUART PODLE, 

COBBSflPOlTDEirT OT THE IVBTITUTE O V FBAVCS 




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1883. 



PREFACE. 



This volume of the Catalogue of Greek Coins describes the money 
of Thessaly, Illyria, Epirus, Corcyra, Acarnania, and Aetolia. Tho 
order of Eckhel and Mionnet has been retained except in the case 
of the coins of the group of Illyrio-Epirote cities near the lUyrian 
silver mines^ which have been placed in a class by themselves 
(pp. 85—87), it being impossible to decide with certainty whether 
some of these cities were on the Illyrian or Epirote side of the 
boundary line. 

The most important feature of the present volume is the definite 
abandonment of woodcuts, which were used in the volumes contain- 
ing the coins of Italy, Sicily, and Northern Greece. The photo- 
graphic representations here substituted for them are necessarily 
more faithful and satisfactory. On the last two plates are etchings 
of a few coins which were in so poor condition that justice could 
not be done to them by photography. 

In the Introduction the principles on which the chronological 
arrangement of the coins of various districts has been made are 
briefly explained ; and notes are added on some of the most inter- 
esting features of the more important issues. 

The work has 'been written by Mr. Percy Gardner, and I have 
carefully revised it, comparing every coin with the corresponding 
description. 

REGINALD STUART POOLE. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGK 

Preface v 

Ia'troduction : — 

Monetary Standards in Northern Greece: — 

Before b.o. 229 . xiii 

B.a 229 — 100 xvi 

After B.C. 100 xxii 

Thessalt : — 

Periods of coinage xxiii 

Notes on remarkable issues ; The League, Alus, Gomphi, 

Pherae xxxiv 

Illtria : — 

Periods of coinage xxxvii 

Apollonia and Dyrrhachium .... . . xxxix 

Coins of Corinthian types xli 

Illyrio-Epirote class xlii 

Efirus : — 

Periods of coinage xliii 

CORCTRA : — 

Types xlvii 

Periods of coinage xlyiii 

Magistrates' names 1 

ACARNANIA : — 

Periods of coinage li 

Magistrates' names at Leucas liy 

Aetolia :— 

Types Iv 

Period of coinage Ivii 



VUl CONTENTS. 

PACK 

THESSALY :— 

Thessalian Confederacy 1 

Imperial Coinage 6 

Aenianes . 10 

Alus or Halus 13 

^jLifirax •• , . . . « . i4r 

Cierium 15 

Crannon ......... 16 

Demetrias 18 

Gomphi or Philippopolis 19 

Gyrton 20 

Heraclea Trachinia 21 

Lamia 22 

Larissa 24 

„ Simus, Tetrarch 31 

Lanssa Cremaste 33 

Magnetes (Demetrias) 34 

Malienses (Lamia) 35 

Meliboea (on the gulf) 35 

Metropolis (in Thessaliotis) 36 

Oeta 37 

Pelinna 38 

Perrhaebi (Oloosson) 39 

Phacium 40 

Phalanna . - 41 

Pbarcadon 42 

Pharsalus 43 

Pherae 46 

„ Alexander, Tyrant 47 

Phthiotis 48 

Scotussa 49 

Thebae (Phthiotides) 50 

Tricca 51 

ISLANDS OF THESSALY :— 

Peparethus 53 

Sciatbus 54 



CONTENTS. 



IX 



ILLYRIA :— 

Amantia 

Apollonia 

Byllis ... 

Dyrrhachium 

Heraclea 

Oricos . 

Scodra . 

KINGS OF ILLYRIA, &c. :— 

Monunius 
Ballaeus 

ISLANDS OF ILLYRIA :— 

Isaa . . . . 

Pharos 

Issa or Pharos 

ILLYRIO-EPIROTE CITIES :- 

Damastium . 
Pelagia 
Uncertain places . 



PAOK 

55 
66 
64 
65 
78 
79 
79 



80 
81 



82 
83 
84 



85 
87 
«7 



EPIRUS 



Ambracia 

Athamanes 

Buthrotum 

Cassope 

Elea . 

Molossi 

Nicopolis 

Pandosia 

Phoenice 



88 

94 

96 

97 

98 

100 

101 

102 

109 

109 



CONTENTS. 



KINGS OF EPIBUS :— 
Alexander I. 
Pyrrhus 

COECYRA 

Imperial 

ACARNANIA . 

Acamanian League 

Alyzia . 

Anactorium . 

Argos Amphilochicum 

Astacos (reference) 

Coronta ( „ ) 

Heraclea ( „ ) 

Leucas . 

Medeon 

Metropolis (reference) 

Oeniadae 

Sollium (reference) 

Stratus 

Thyrrheium . 

Uncertain (reference) 

AETOLIA :— 






Aetolian League 
Apollonia 



Appendix :^ 

Thessaly, Imperial 

Aenianes 

Gyrton 

Hypata 

Perrhaebi 

Pharcadon . 

Aetolia 

Erratum 



110 

111 

115 
158 

168 
168 
171 
171 
172 
173 
173 
173 
174 
188 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 



194 
200 



201 
202 
203 
203 
203 
204 
204 

204 



CONTENTS. XI 

PAOB 

l^iDEXES :— 

I. Geographical .... ... 205 

n. Types 207 

m. Bemarkable Symbols 217 

IV. A. Kings or Dynasts 219 

IV. B. Magistrates' Names on Autonomous Coins . 220 

IV. 0. Magistrates' Names on Imperial Coins . . 227 

v. Roman Magistrates' Names 228 

VL Engravers' Names 229 

VII. Remarkable Inscriptions and Legends . . • 230 

Table of the relative Weights of English Grains and French 

Grammes 232 

Table for converting English Inches into Millimetres and 

the Measures of Mionnet's Scale 234 



COINS OF THESSALY, ETC. 



INTRODUCTION. 

MONETARY STANDARDS IN NORTHERN GREECE. 

All the silver coins of Thessaly from the earliest period of mintage 
ThMulj before down to our 6th period^ beginning B.C. 196^ were 
B.C. 196. struck on the Aeginetan standard, which was 
indeed almost universal in Greece proper, except for a few cities of 
the coast. The usual weight of the drachm or unit of this standard 
is about 96 grains (6*22 grammes), which gives a hemidrachm of 
48 grains (3'11 grammes), a diobol of 32 grains (2'07 grammes), a 
trihemiobol of 24 grains (1*55 grammes), and an obol of 16 grains 
(I'OS gprammes). The ordinary coin in Thessaly is the drachm, 
rising at Larissa to a maximum of 102'4 grains, and until the time 
of Philip of Macedon seldom falling below 80 grains. The hemi- 
drachm is also very common ; at Larissa, Pherae, and elsewhere this 
denomination is distinguished by bearing only the half of the usual 
type of the drachm on each side, i.e. the fore-parts of bull and horse 
respectively. Besides these denominations there is at the principal 
Thessalian cities a set of coins which are distinguished by a horse- 
man as type, and vary in weight from 15 to 24 grains, one specimen 
at Larissa rising to 28 grains ; and another set with the type of a 
horse, which weigh from 11 to 15 grains. That the last mentioned 
set are obols is almost certain, but it may be doubted whether the 
pieces with a horseman for type passed as an obol and a half or as 

two obols. Their usual weight is certainly nearer to that of Ij 

c 



XIV INTRODUCTION. 

obols^ and it seems at least as likely tliat quarter-drachms should 
be current widely in Thessaly as thirds of the drachm. 

After the time of Alexander there was a fall in the standard of 
Thessalian coins ; the pieces which were, according to my opinion, 
struck at the end of the fourth century, showing decided dimi- 
nution of weight. The drachm of Gomphi weighs indeed 89 grains, 
but the half-drachms of Fherae, Demetrias and Phthiotis weigh 
less than 40 grains, and those of the Aenianes less than 43 grains. 

Lower denominations than the obol occur at Heraclea Trachinia, 
where the hemiobol weighs 7*4 grains, and the tetartemorion, or 
quarter obol, 3*2 grains. Heraclea, however, was scarcely a Thessa- 
lian city 

The standard in use for coin at Corcyra also is in early times the 

Coroyra before Aeginetan. The didrachm weighs about 180-170 
B.C. 229. grains, the drachm about 90-85. These weights, 

however, gradually fall, until in the age of Alexander they stand 
at 170-160 and about 80 grains respectively. It is very probable 
that both the low original weight and the somewhat rapid reduction 
in standard may be due to the influence of the Corinthian money^ 
which circulated freely on the coast of Acarnania, and in many of 
the cities much affected by Corcyraean commerce. The Corinthian 
drachm did not originally weigh more than 45 grains; if at 
Corcyra the Aeginetan drachm was intended to pass for the double 
of this, it would naturally not exceed 90 grains in weight. 
Brandis,* indeed, takes another view. He maintains that whereas 
the earlier coins of Corcyra follow the Aeginetan, the latter follow 
the somewhat lighter Persian standard. We have not here space 
to discuss his view, but consider that above stated to be preferabla 
And the charges which took place in the coinage of Corcyra about 
B.C. 300 (in our period vi.), strongly confirm our view in opposition 
to that of Brandis. 

* Jdiimwcsetit p. 129. 



MONILTAKY STANDARDS JN NOBTHERN GREECE. XY 

The types of the later pieces appear to give evidence of the 
influence of the Corinthian standard on the coinage of Corcyra. 
The reverse of the first set (p. 126, Nos. 193-5) presenting us with a 
double floral pattern, and the reverse of the second set (Nos. 196- 
200) with a single pattern, we would seem to be justified in 
supposing that the heavier set consists of didrachms and the 
lighter of drachms, according to the well-known Gi eek custom of 
indicating the denomination of a coin by a significant variation in its 
type. But if so, the standard on which they are struck must be the 
Corinthian, which gives us at this period a drachm of somewhat 
less than 45 grains, and so a didrachm of 85-90 grains. On the other 
hand, the first set still retain on the obverse the half-cow which 
distinguished the drachms of the Aeginetan standard of an earlier 
period. They seem then to have been at once regarded as the half 
of an Aeginetan stater and as the double of a Corinthian drachm. 

It is to be borne in mind that at just this period coins of 
Corinthian types and weight were current both at Corcyra and 
at other cities on the coast of Epirus and Acarnania in large 
quantities. It seems, therefore, reasonable to suppose that the 
people of Corcyra, while not abandoning their earlier standard, 
the Aeginetan, accommodated their issues to the standard of Corinth, 
by reckoning officially the Corinthian drachru as half of the 
Aeginetan drachm, and striking money which might be regarded 
as following either standard. 

The silver coins of Alexander, king of Epirus, follow the 
CoiAi of Epiras, standard of Corcyra. The rare silver piece oE 
before B.C. 229. Pharos is a Corinthian drachm or Corcyrean hemi- 
drachm. Only the silver pieces of the barbarous lUyrio-Epirote 
tribes seem to form an exception to the universal prevalence of the 
Aegineto- Corinthian drachm in Northern Greece. The stater as 
issued at Damastium and other cities in that district frequently 
exceeds in weight 200 grains, and reaches a maximum of 206*5 
grains (grammes 13*38). It does not appear probable that coins so 



XVI INTRODUCTION. 

heavy were intended to pass as Aeginetan didrachms, or exchange 
on equal terms with the contemporary pieces of Corcyra, which are 
thirty grains lighter. More probably, as those coins belong to the 
period of Philip II. and of the prevalence of the Macedonian coins 
issued by him of the weight of about 224 grains, they were intended 
to pass current with them. We almost always find that barbarous 
peoples lower the weight in copying the coins current around them, 
and the pieces we are discussing have every appearance of being 
somewhat light and debased copies of the coins of Philip. 

The system of weight used for the coins of Acamania in early times 
Aoamania before has been fully investigated by Dr. Imhoof-Blumer.* 
B.C. 229. jt ^'lYL be seen on reference to the Catalogue, under 

Acamania, Stratus, and Oeniadae, that there are larger pieces weighing 
85'9 to 28*7 grains, and smaller pieces weighing 13*6 and 13 grains* 
These latter however have lost weight, and specimens weighing 
17-18 grains are known. They are inscribed with a T, in some cases 
with TR I ; which letters have the appearance of being a mark of value. 
If, as Mr. Lambros suggests, the coins are trihemiobols, the drachm of 
the system should weigh about 72-70 grains, which being too heavy 
for the Attic and too light for the Aeginetan drachm, would remain 
without explanation. If, as Dr. Imhoof appears to think more pro- 
bable, they are triobols or hemidrachms, the pieces of larger size 
could well be considered as drachms, with a normal weight of some 
36 grains ; but even in this case the standard to which the coinage 
belongs must remain uncertain. It is, on the other hand, possible 
that the T and the other letters on the coins may not be marks 
of value. 

The coins of Northern Greece, after the middle of the third century, 
Coins after follow various standards. As their metrology is 
B.0. 228. rather complicated, we will begin with a list com- 
prising the most important issues of silver. 

* Nnmism. Z^itschr. x., p. IGO. 



MONETARY STANDARDS IN NORTHERN GREECE. 



XVU 



Thessali, 
RC. 196—146. 



Aenianes. 

Magnetes. 
Oetaei. 



Grama. 

86-96 
63—66 
41— 47» 
30—31 

110-116 
32—36 

60—64 

34—35 



NORMAL. 

Gmnmet. 
5.57—6-22 

4.08—4-27 



2-65- 
1-94- 



-3-05 
-2- 



712— 7-51 
207— 2-33 

3-88— 4-14 

2-20- 2-26 



MAXIMUM. 
"Grains. Grammes. 



100-2 
66-4 
471 
31-7 

118- 
37- 

64-4 

358 



6-50 
4-30 
305 
2-04 

7-64 
2-40 

4-18 

2-32 



TheM coins, reTerse-type, Demeter holding two torches, are wanting In the British Mnaeom. 



Apollonia, 
B.C. 229—100. 



B.C. 100— 

Dyrrbachium, 
B.C. 229—100. 



Epirus, 
B.C 238—168. 



Cassope. 



Corcyra, 
B.O. 229—48. 



Acamania, 
B.C. 229—168. 

Lencas, 
RC. 168— 

Aetolia, 
RC. 279—168. 



44-52 
22 23 


2-85 3-36 
1-42 1-49 


55- 
23-5 


3-56 
1-52 


58 62 
29 


375—4-01 
1-87 


62-7 
29-3 


406 
1-90 


44—54 
20 25 


2-85-3-49 
1-29 1-62 


56- 
26-2 


3-62 
1-70 


140-163 
70 78 
48—52 
23 24 


9-07 9-91 
4-53— 5-05 
3-11—3-36 
1-49— 1-65 


154-8 
81-5 
52-8 
24-4 


10-02 
5-28 
3-41 
1-58 


70—72 


4.53_4.66 


72-7 


4-70 


70 78 
42 48 
35—38 
24 28 


4-53 505 
2-72— 311 
2-26—2-46 
1-65— 1-81 


81-4 
49-3 
40-2 
29-3 


5-27 
3-19 
2-61 
1-89 


150-156 
70-77 


9-72- 10-10 
4-53 4-98 


158-2 
78- 


10-25 
505 


120-128 


7-77—8-29 


128-2 


8-31 


260-265 

152-158 

78—82 

36—41 


16-84—17-17 
9.84—10-23 
5-05 5-31 
2-33— 2-65 


265- 
158-4 
82-8 
41-5 


» 

17-17 

10-25 

5-35 

2-69 



XVIU INTRODUCTION. 

If we take the coinages of the four districts of Epirus, Corcyra, 

Acarnania^ and Aetolia^ we shall find that all alike 
Zp'rusi OorcTnt, 
Aearnanla, ^^^ dominated by a system of weight of which 

Aatolia, f}^Q ^nit weighs 70 to 80 grains, giving a doable of 

after B.C. 229. 

140-160 grains, and a half of 35-40 grains. This 

unit of 70-80 grains may be considered either as a light drachm of 
Aeginetan standard, or a Corinthian didrachm. Historically it is 
more probable that its origin is Corinthian, as Corinthian commerce 
and money seem at aboat this period to have domiDated the western 
coast of Epirus and Acarnania. Perhaps it will, however, cause no 
inconvenience to call it here the drachm. And this will seem the best 
coarse if we consider the analogy of the Boeotian coinage. In the 
very interesting inscription at Thebes published in the ffermes* we 
find mention of Boeotian coins of this period ander the title apyvpiov 
avfifJLa')(jLKov Spax/iai, and Mr. Headf has shown reason for think- 
ing that these drachms of alliance silver are the coins weighing 
about 80 grains with the type of Nike. These Boeotian pieces are 
evidently of the same standard as the corresponding coins of Epirus 
and Corcyra; so that it would appear probable that in ordinary 
life these latter also were called drachms. At a somewhat earlier 
period, b.c. 288-258, the same 80 grain standard makes its appear- 
ance at Ephesus Miletus and other cities of the coast of Asia Minor. 
Mr. Head j: calls pieces of this weight at Ephesus Attic octobols : if 
they really are so they probably belong to quite a different order of 
coinages from that at present under discussion. 

In Acarnania, during the period b.c. 229-168, we find didrachms 
and drachms of this standard ; in Aetolia, didrachms, drachms, and 
hemi-drachms ; in Corcyra, drachms and hemi-drachms ; in Epirus, 
didrachms and drachms. But in addition to coins which belong to 

• 1874, p. 431. t Coinage qfBceotia, p. 91. 

X Coinage of Ephesus, per. vii. viii. 



MONETARY STANDARDS IN NORTHERN OBEECE. XIZ 

this standard, we find in each region except Acarnania others which 
are of different weight. These mast of course have passed with 
other coins in some fixed relation, but we are not always able to 
ascertain what that relation was in the absence of the evidence of 
historical writings and inscriptions. Thus in Aetolia in the period 
we have silver tetradrachms of Attic standard, closely imitated from 
the coins of Alexander the Great. These were probably struck for 
the sake of international commerce and for large payments, while 
the circulation of the other pieces was more local. The Attic tetra- 
drachm is too light to have passed for four, and too heavy to have 
passed for three Aeginetan drachms of the period. In Corcyra and 
Epirus, during the period after B.C. 229, we find in circulation, beside 
the drachms and hemidrachms of the normal weight, also certain 
anomalous pieces, of which one class weighs 42-52, another 23-28 
grains. In his very valuable paper on the coins of Acarnania,* Dr. 
Imhoof treats these as respectively equivalent to the third and the 
sixth of the stater of about 160 grains; and this is probably quite 
right. But, at the same time, we need an explanation of the curious 
departure from ordinary Greek custom shown in minting pieces 
based on the unit, not of the drachm, but the stater or didrachm. 
And this explanation is at once afforded us if we turn to the contem- 
porary coinage of the cities of Apollonia and Dyrrhachium in lUyria. 
Both of these cities began about B.C. 229 to issue coins of the weights 
we have mentioned, the unit weighing 44-54, and the half 20-25 
grains. Whatever standard may have regulated these lUyrian coins, 
it seems fairly certain that the same was partially adopted in Epirus, 
for convenience of commerce. 

But we know, from the testimony of Pliny,t that the Ulyrian 
niyrU, drachm was the equivalent of the Roman Victoriatus, 

after B.C. 229. which was at this time the common unit of currency 

* Numusm. Zeitschr, x., p. 31. f Slst, Nat. iiiiii.'3, 46. 



XX INTBODUCTIOlir. 

in Sontli Italy and Spain. And Borghesi, on the authority of this 
passage^ maintained that the weight of the Victoriatus was taken 
from that of the very coins of ApoUonia and Dyrrhachiam which we 
are discussing. But M. Zobel has shown that there are insur- 
mountable objections to this view^ and^ convinced by his arguments^ 
the Due de Blacas* suggests that the coin probably originated in 
Campania. In any case it seems probable that the relation between 
the Illyrian drachm and the Victoriatus as usually accepted must be 
inverted. Probably the weight was adopted in Epirus and Illyria 
because it was already in use in Italy. In fact the weight appears 
in Hellas quite suddenly^ and is not taken from any previously 
circulating coinage of the whole region. Thus the coins weighing 
about 50 grains, whether of Epirus Corcyra or Illyria, seem to corre- 
spond to the Roman Victoriatus, and those weighing about 25 grains 
to the half Victoriatus. 

If we pass next to the coins of Thessaly during the period B.C. 

196-146 we shall find more complication and more 
' ' ' obscurity. A priori we should certainly expect the 
Thessalians to adhere to the Attic coin-weighty 
which was in use alike in Macedon and in Attica, or else, less pro- 
bably, to adopt the 80 grain standard in use in Aetolia and in 
Boeotia.t But they do not do either consistently. The Magnetos issue 
drachms of the Attic standard ,* the Oetaei coins which may be in- 
tended for Attic hemidrachms, but should rather, in view of their 
weight (34-6 grains) be considered as Attic tetrobols, or the halves 
of the contemporary Boeotian coins of 80 grains weight. The 
Aenianes appear to have issued coins of 110-18 grains, intending 
them to pass as Attic didrachms. This indeed may be inferred from 
the character of the head of Athene on the obverse, which is closely 
like the head on the Athenian coins. The smaller denomination of 

• Hist, de la Monn. Rom. ii. 107. f Head, Coinage ofBonotia^ per. xiv. 



MONETARY STANDARDS OF NORTHERN OREECE. XXI 

coins among the Aeoianes (32-37 grains) must be considered rather 
as tetrobols than as triobols, in view of the light weight of the di- 
drachms. The Thessali^ striking at Larissa^ issued drachms and 
hemidrachms of Attic weight ; bat in addition to these^ pieces of a 
larger size weighing from 86 to 100 grains, as well as pieces of half 
that weighty 41-47 grains. I had already^ on the analogy of the 
Epirote coinage, decided that the larger of these pieces must have 
passed as the double of the Yictoriatus, when I found in Heuzey's 
work* docaiHentary evidence that such was the case. It appears 
from inscriptions that the heaviest class of Thessalian coins passed 
in reckoning as equivalent to a denarius and a half^ and as the Vic- 
toriatns was equal in value to three-fourths of a denarius^ they must 
have been reckoned as two Victoriati. This piece of evidence is of 
great value in many ways. It shows that the unit of the Yictoriatus 
lay at the basis not only of the coinage of Spain, Massilia, Italy, 
Rhodes, and the cities which issued Cistophoric coins, but also of 
that of Northern Hellas j so that in fact there was scarcely any 
country on the borders of the Mediterranean to which it was strange. 
Dr. Imhoof-Blumerf suggests that the Epirote coins of 48 — 52 
grains which I have identified with the Yictoriatus passed as one- 
third of the largest Epirote coins of 140-154 grains; and this, 
although we have no documentary evidence, is so probable as to be 
almost certain. lu that case we have the following proportionate 
value between the Aeginetan, Attic and Yictoriate drachms. 

Attic = H Yictoriate = f Aeginetan. 

Aeginetan = 1^ Yictoriate = 1| Attic. 

Yictoriate = | Attic = | Aeginetan 

If^ on the other hand, the light Aeginetan drachm passed, as probably 
at Ephesus} for an Attic octobol, i,e, in Aetolia, for instance, as 

« Misnon Arch. Maeed. pp. 422, 433. 
f NumUm. ZeiUchr, x. 34: see above, p. xix. X Head, Coinage ofEpkesuM, 

d 



XXU INTRODUCTION. 

the third of the Attic tetradrachm^ we should arrive at the following^ 
somewhat different results : 

Attic = H Yictoriate = | Aeginetan, 

Aeginetan = l^s^Victoriate = ^ Attic, 
Victoriate = J Attic =^ Aeginetan, 
where the proportions are less simple. 

At a somewhat later period the Yictoriatas was at Rome aban- 
Ck>i]iage after doned, or rather assimilated to the quinarias. This 
B.C.100. took place at about b.c. 100.* It is probably at 

the same time that we find a corresponding change in the coinage 
of ApoUonia in lUyria, the coins of 42-52 grains ceasing to appear, 
and coins of Attic standard being issued instead, each of which 
must have passed as the equivalent of the Roman denarius. In the 
later coins of Acamania also, those issued at Leucas after b.c. 168, 
the Attic standard is used. Thus it is probable that in the course 
of the second century the Yictoriate standard gradually went out of 
use in northern Greece. 

On the later Imperial copper coins of Thessaly we find in the field 

marks of value, A and F* That the coins marked 

^ ^l! with A are equal to four units of value, and those 

rial timai. ^ ' 

marked with P equal to three units, may be 
considered certain, and that this unit was some modification of 
the Roman as is probabla I have already f discovered marks of 
value of a similar character on the coins of Tomi and other cities of 
the Euxine Sea, and shown that the unit of value used in those coins 
is a copper piece weighing some 45 grains (3 grammes). The 
Thessalian coins with A and F nearly correspond in size and bulk 
to those of the Thracian cities with the same marks of value ; it 
would therefore seem that we have in both sets traces of some 
method of reckoning value widely spread in the Levant in the 
reigns of the Antonines and succeeding emperors. 

• Mommsen^ Bom. Munzto, p. 399. f Numism, Chron. 1876, pp. 307—14. 



THESSALT. XXlll 

THESSALY. 

Periods of Thessalian Coinage. 

The periods daring which coins were minted in the districts of 
Thessaly may be determined if not with certainty, at least with 
some reasonable degree of probability. 

It is doabtfol whether any city of Thessaly strnck coins before 
Period I. the time of the Persian invasion, b.c. 480. If there 

B.C. 4S0. YTBB an exception to this rale it was probably Larissa, 

some of the coins of this city having a very archaic appearance and 
bearing types which do not recnr at any later period. And, in fact, 
at the time of the expedition of Xerxes the Alenad chiefs of Larissa 
seem to have enjoyed authority over other cities. Herodotus* calls 
them Kings of Thessaly. Some of them seem, like the Pisistratidae 
of Athens, to have been in exile at the Persian court. 

At all the chief cities of Thessaly, except Larissa, coinage seems 
to have commenced soon after the Persian repulse. The second 

Period n. period of coinage is fixed at b.c. 480-400, a period 

B.C. 480-400. which I have ventured, at the cities of Pherae and 
Larissa, to divide into two parts, B.C. 480-450 and 450-400. Not 
that any event of a character likely to afiect the issue or the types 
of coin took place either in 450 or 400. Our grounds of division 
are almost entirely those of style and epigraphy. About the middle 
of the fifth century marked changes take place in the epigraphy of 
Thessalian coins, R giving place to P, and ^ to i. About the year 
400 another change takes place, but this time rather in fabric than in 
epigraphy, the incuse square generally disappearing. It lingers on 
indeed in certain cities into the fourth century, but only in a slight 
and evanescent form. The change of O to A in the genitive plural 
does not seem in Thessaly, as in Sicily, to take place at a definite 
time, but rather at some cities such as Larissa earlier, at others, 

* HerodotuB, vii. 6. 



Xxiv INTRODUCTION. 

such as Pherae later, at the latter city OY occurring in the ethnic 

as an intermediate form ♦EPAIOYN. Bat everywhere A made its 

way during the first half of the fourth century. The following cities 

and tribes seem, from specimens of coin in the British Museum, 

to have struck before B.C. 400 : — Crannon, Larissa, Pelinna, the 

Perrhaebi, Pharcadon, Pharsalus, Pherae, Scotussa and Tricca. 

Many other cities issued money during the earlier half of the 

Period IIL fourth century. This is the most active period of 

B.C. 400— 844. ii^Q Thessalian mints. It would seem, however, 

that the issues, at least of silver, came to an abrupt termination in 

the time of Philip II. of Macedon, either as a consequence of his 

first expedition into Thessaly in B.C. 353, or more probably at the 

time of his second expedition thither about the year 344. It is 

necessary to examine somewhat closely the accounts given us of 

these expeditions, as modem historians seem to have not sufficiently 

distinguished their respective characters. 

In the year B.C. 353, Philip of Macedon, being invited by the Aleu- 

adae of Larissa. and especially two of their chiefs 
PbUipof ' . . 

Macedon in called Simus and Eudicus,* invaded Thessaly. 

Theisaly, The object for which he was summoned was, that he 

" might put down Lycophron, Tyrant of Pherae, 

together with his ally, Onomarchus the Phocian, who were together 
more than a match for the forces of Larissa. And in fact they 
proved at first more than a match for Philip, whose army met with 
a severe defeat. But he at once returned with increased forces, 
and in the battle which ensued the Phocians were defeated by the 
Macedonians and their Thessalian allies; Lycophron agreed to 
retire from Thessaly, and Onomarchus lost his life. As a result of 
this battle Philip gained complete supremacy in Thessaly. In order 
to prevent the Thessalians from being in his way in future, he 
divided the country into Tetrarchies, reviving in fact a very early 

* Diodoras, xvi. 14 ; Harpocraiion, s.v. lifios^ 



THXSSALT. XXy 

division^ and over the diyisions set partisans on whom be could rely. 
Eadicns was certainly one of these.^ And as Simus was one of 
those who invited Philip in the first instance^ and as his name is 
mentioned in close connection with that of Eudicosby Demosthenes^f 
it is extremely probable that he was a second. A third seems to 
have been Thrasydaeas, as to whom Athenaens^ states^ on the 
authority of Theopompus^ that he was a Thessalian of weak parts, 
but a great flatterer, whom Philip made rvpawo^ r&v 6fio€0v&v, Who 
the fourth was we know not, nor can we tell over what districts 
Eudicns and Thrasydaeus were set. Simus, as we shall learn from 
the testimony of coins, ruled at Larissa. 

This constitution for Thessaly lasted for a few years only. About 
B.C. 344, taking occasion from an attempt at insurrection against 
his authority on the part of the Tyrants of Pherae, Philip again 
marched into Thessaly. On some pretext, the nature of which is 
not recorded, he put down Simus and Eudicus, and reduced 
Thessaly to a state of more complete dependence on himself, in all 
probability abolishing the Tetrarchies. Our authority for this 
statement as regards Simus and Eudicus is the passage already 
cited, in which Demosthenes mentions the names of these two men 
as instances of how Philip, after he had gained his own ends by 
means of partisans and traitors, threw them off and despised them. 
It is remarkable that the recent historians of Greece, Thirlwall, 
Droysen and Curtius, all make the establishment of Tetrarchies in 
Thessaly part of the second expedition of Philip, which Thirlwall 
gives to B.C. 344, and Curtius to b.c. 342. Grote does not give an 
explicit opinion as to the date of it. But by this reading the 
words of Demosthenes are brought into distinct collision with those 
of Harpocration, or rather Hellanicus, his authority. The latter writer 
says that Philip set Eudicus over Thessaly, Demosthenes that he 
disgraced him. We can only reconcile the two statements by 

• Harpocration, «.r. t P- 241. J vi. 65. 



XXVI INTRODUCTION. 

supposing that Eudicos and the others were at first promoted and 
afterwards disgraced^ when Philip no longer wanted to use them 
for his own purposes* And this reading agrees far better with the 
general history of the period. It would seem that after Philip'a 
second expedition into Thessaly, the country fell into a state of 
complete subjection to him^ and was ruled directly by him^ and not 
through any local powers. On the other hand, during the interval 
between 852 and 844 the kind of authority possessed by Philip in 
Thessaly was such as he would have if he governed through the 
agency of native princes. 

This view seems to be confirmed by the testimony of coins. At 
Larissa, Pharsalus, and all the other cities of Thessaly, there seems 
to be an abrupt termination of the issue of silver coins about the 
middle of the fourth century. Many cities indeed issued silver 
coins which may fairly be given to the time of Demetrius Poliorcetes, 
about B.C. 300, but between these and the earlier great issues there 
is a distinct break. It is almost certain that the abrupt cessation of 
the issue of Thessalian money took place at the time of the termi- 
nation of Thessalian autonomy in ac. 844-2. On the other hand, 
of the tetrarchal arrangement we have clear evidence in the shape 
of coins of Larissa of the usual types, but bearing the name of 
Simus,* $IMO. As Simus is a rare name, we are, I think, 
completely justified in supposing that the inscription can refer only 
to the Simus historically known; and that it was struck while he 
was in a position of exceptional authority is almost certain, for the 
ordinary magistrates of Larissa do not place their names on the 
coin. Possibly we ought to attribute to the same period the 
exceptional coins of Larissa which present on the obverse a tradi- 
tional portrait of Aleuas,t for Simus was an Aleuad, and it suited 
the designs of Philip to flatter and promote that race, until an 
opportunity for subjecting Thessaly should arise. 

• Catalogue^ p. 31. f Catalogue, p. 



THE88ALY. XXVll 

It is then probable^ though not demonstrable^ that the autonomous 
Thessalian silver coins cease to be issued about 344* This view is 
taken by M. Miiller in his yalnable work on the coins of Philip and 
Alexander. He attributes coins bearing the names and belonging 
to the times of the great Macedonian kings to several Thessalian 
mints, such as Magnesia, Melitaea, Lamia, Pharsalua, and Tricca. 
And although no one of these attributions is certain, yet it is 
probable that some of them may be well founded* At all events, 
the probability is that any money issued in Thessaly during the 
latter half of the fourth century would be of the regular Macedonian 
types. 

The abundance of the coins of Larissa as compared with those 
of Pharsalns and Pherae, during the fifth and the early part of 
the fourth century, is a remarkable and an unexplained fact. 

That the copper coinage of the Thessalian cities ceased at the 
same time as the silver we cannot assert with confidence. To allow 
a dependent city to issue money of copper, has in all ages been a far 
less thing than to allow it to strike silver. Local copper money may 
have circulated in conjunction with the gold and silver of Macedon. 
Also it is far more difficult to determine the date of copper than of 
silver coins : they have usually suffered more from lapse of time, the 
dies for them are executed less carefully and by inferior artists, and 
we have fewer considerations of weight and fabric to guide us in the 
determination of period. For these reasons, I have been more 
cautious in this Catalogue in fixing the date of copper than of silver 
money. But, so far as we can judge from evidence of style merely, 
there seem to be few, if any, Thessalian copper coins which date 
from the latter half of the fourth century. 

We cannot determine with precision or certainty when the auto- 
nomous coinage of Thessalian cities recommenced. There was a 
Period IV. slight outbreak against the authority of Alexander 

B.C. 8M— 286. the Great in 330 B.C., which was at once put 



XXVUl INTRODUCTION. 

down, apparently without difficulty, by Antipater. As the flower 
of the Tbessalian youth were at that time following the standard 
of Alexander in the East, we oan scarcely take this revolt seriously. 
Of far more importance was the revolt known as the Lamian War 
in B.C. 323-322, in which the Thessalians took a prominent share. 
But this war had lasted only a few months, before the Thessaliaus 
were reduced to their previous state of dependence. Again in 321 
there was a temporary rising, which was put down by Polysperchon. 
But it is far more probable that the resumption of coinage by several 
cities of Thessaly was due rather to the interference of Demetrius 
Poliorcetes. This prince was certainly looked upon by many of the 
Greeks of this time as a liberator, and as such was honoured by the 
decrees of many cities, and with a statue set up in the great place 
of Q-reek assembly, Olympia. And he restored, at least in some 
degree, the autonomy of such Q-reek cities as fell into his hands. 
In 302 he invaded Thessaly, and capturing Larissa Cremaste and 
Pherae,* proclaimed those cities free, and made it a condition of 
his peace with Cassander that that liberty should be extended to 
other cities. In 294 he was acclaimed by the Macedonian soldiery 
King of Macedon, and then his power in Thessaly became firmly 
established. Indeed Thessaly became one of the strongholds of that 
power, and after the death of the king his ashes were buried at the 
city of Demetrias. Of course he may not, as king^ have allowed a free 
coinage among the Thessalian cities, but it seems likely that he did. 
At all events it is certain that some cities of Thessaly issued 
autonomous silver coins at the end of the 4th or the beginning of the 
3rd century. Among these cities we may especially mention Deme- 
trias, which received that name from Demetrius, and issued money 
which cannot be given to a much later date than his death ; the Ae- 
nianes, whose coins present us with a head of Zeus closely resembling 
that on the coins of Alexander, son of Neoptolemus of Epirus ; and 

* Diodorus, xx. 110. 



THESSALT. XXIX 

Lamia, which city^ as has been already maintained^* issued money 
in special honour of its namesake Lamia, the wife of Demebrius. 
We find also at Larissa Cremaste and Pherae, the deliverance of 
which cities has just been mentioned, coins which, on the evidence 
of style, we give to the time of Demetrius. The coins of Larissa in 
question closely resemble in type some of those of Pyrrhus (see 
p. Ill, No. 8), and the silver pieces of Pherae are of good period but 
of decidedly later style than those of the tyrant Alexander. Very 
similar in style are the extant coins of the neighbouring Phthiotic 
Thebes. The coins of the city of Gomphi also appear to belong to 
this period. They will be more fully discussed below. 

Bat the most important of all the Thessalian coins of the period is 
that described at p. 48, having the inscription AXAIAN, and the 
type of Pallas charging. This coin was attributed by Mr. Leicester 
Warren t to the Achaean League of the Peloponnese, and the period 
B.C. 280-251. As to the date, he was not far wrong; in fact the 
arrangement of the hair of the nymph of the obverse points dis- 
tinctly to Macedonian times. But the types and style are not those 
of Peloponnesus. On the other hand, the charging Pallas is known 
on lliessalian coins, occurring at Oloosson (p. 39), and Pallas is in 
the whole district a frequently recurring type. A nymph-head is 
also a very usual Thessalian type. As to style, there is a likeness 
between the coin and the contemporary pieces above cited, especially 
those of Thebes and Pherae. For these reasons I had already attri- 
buted the piece to Achaia Phthiotis, when my opinion was confirmed 
by the discovery that Dr. Imhoof-Blumer had arrived at the same 
conclusion, and Dr. Weil accepted it as probable. X Iii this piece 
then, and others of the same type and standard at Copenhagen and 
Winterthur, § we have proof of the existence, of a federal coinage for a 
short period in Achaia Phthiotis. We cannot venture too rigidly to 

• Numum. Chron., 1878. p. 266 ; 1880, p. 268. t Or^^ Federal Coinage, p. 34 
X ZeiUchr. f, Numism,, 1882, p. 241. § Zeiischr.f, NumUm, I, c. 

e 



INTRODUCTION. 

fix its exact date^ bat it is almost certain that it came into existence 
in the latter part of the fourth century, either on the occasion of the 
Lamian war, or that of the expeditions of Demetrius. 

After the time of Demetrius it would seem that there is again an 

interruption of the silver coinage of Thessalian cities. 

B c 300—190 '^^^ ^^ ^^^^' from the time of Antigonus Doson to 

the defeat of PhiKp V. at Cynoscephalae, Thessaly 
was so nearly a part of the Macedonian kingdom that it is unlikely 
that the cities retained many of their autonomous rights, in particular 
that of coinage in the precious metals. But it is probable that 
copper money was issued at several cities during this interval. At 
least we find plenty of copper money in Thessaly, which in style 
resembles that of the early Seleucid kings of Syria. 

At some time previous to 168, Oeta had issued copper coin identical 
in type with that of the Aetolians (see p. 37). 

There are several sets of copper coins issued by Thessalian cities 
which must, on the ground of style, be given to the period of 
Philip V. and Perseus, kings of Macedon. Such pieces occur in the 
Museum series under Atrax, Metropolis, Phacium, and Scotussa. 
Amongst other indications it may be mentioned that themonogram i, 
which marks the coins of Metropolis given to this period, is also found 
on the money of Philip V. and Perseus, and on the coins of the 
Thessalian League. The horseman on the reverse of a coin of Atrax 
given to this period is closely like the horseman on the coins of the 
last Macedonian kings. There are many other small indications of 
the same kind. 

The date of these pieces, which are of copper, can be determined 
only by conjecture. They are probably earlier than Cynoscephalae, and 
the foundation of the Thessalian League. It is, however, possible 
that after the foundation of the League, the Strategus of the Thes* 
salians and his monetary magistrates undertook the exclusive issue 



THS8SALT. XXXI 

of silver coin^ bat allowed the various Thessalian cities to form their 
own ciirrency in copper, besides using the copper of the League. 

There is iu fact one period between 196 and 146 wheu it is 
especially Ukelj that the various cities of Thessaly might strike 
coin. This is the time of the invasion of Greece by Antiochus III. 
of Syria in b.c. 192-1. Antiochus occupied many of the Thessalian 
cities, and although he met with opposition from the Thessalian 
League, yet some towns declared in his favour. It is worthy of 
mention that when the Eomans entered Thessaly, several of the 
above-mentioned cities were held against them either by Syrian 
garrisons or their own citizens. Livy* mentions Crannon, Metro- 
polis, Pelinna, Scotussa and Phacium, as in the hands of partisans 
of Antiochus, and even the cities which resisted him may have 
attained for the time a certain degree of autonomy. It is unlikely 
that Antiochus, who was trying by every means to conciliate the 
Greeks, would treat them as his subjects. They were rather his 
allies, and as such would probably issue coin of their own. It has 
been pointed out in the Catalogue of the Seleucidaet in what 
degree Antiochus influenced the coinage of Aetolia and Euboea. 
Contemporary pieces of the Athamanes have been published by 
M. Waddington.J 

In B.c. 196 Flamininus proclaimed the freedom of the Thessali, 
Period YI. Perrhaebi, and Magnetos. The Thessali and Mag- 

B.C. 198—116. jiQ^eg geem at once to have begun to issue silver 
federal coins, which bear the names of magistrates. The mint of 
the Magnetos was at Demetrias, and the type taken from the coins 
of that city. The mint of the ThessaU was doubtless at Larissa, 
the governing city of the League of the Thessalians. The termina- 
tion of both these coinages took place when Thessaly was incor« 
porated with Macedon as a Roman province in b.c. 146. The 
coinage of the Aenianes of a similar character, struck at their mint 

♦ xzx?i. 13, 14. t Introd. p. xxvi. J Melanges de Numum, i. p. 39. 



XXXll INTBODDCTION. 

of Hypata^ did not probably begin until that people, who had been 
subject to the Aetolian League, obtained their freedom on the 
dissolution of that League, which almost certainly, though the 
historians are silent, took place in b.c. 168 or 167. The Perrhaebi, 
striking at Oloosson, issued contemporaneous copper coins. 

Immediately after the Battle of Pharsalia, Caesar bestowed liberty 

on the Thessali, and liberated them from their connection with 

Period Vll. Macedon. The institution of Strategus was revived, 

Imperial Times, ^nd the name of this oflScer appears on the coins of 
Thessaly struck under the Emperors from Augustus to Hadrians 
Under this last Emperor we even find a temporary revival of 
autonomous coinage under the Strategus Nicomachus, whose name 
occurs alike on coins with the head of the Emperor, and those 
nominally autonomous. 

I have tabulated the results of the preceding discussion, to show 
at a glance what cities of Thessaly issued coins, and at approximately 
what periods, so far as the testimony of the coin-cabinets of the 
British Museum serves. Of course the limits stated in the last 
sentence are somewhat narrow. There can be no doubt that the 
list would be enlarged if it had been possible to examine other 
large collections, such as those of Paris and Berlin. But this was 
impossible, and it is useless to attempt to fix the periods of coins 
from mere lists and catalogues, without personal inspection. For 
this reason I was able to make but little use of the MS. Catalogue 
of Thessalian coins, which Dr. Imhoof-Blumer most liberally placed 
at my disposal. 

The periods do not regularly succeed each other ; gaps occur for 
which I have endeavoured to give reasons ; and sometimes one period 
slightly overlaps another. This last peculiarity, however, only 
occurs in connexion with the period B.C. 300-190, which is fixed 
quite vaguely to include all coins which could not be placed in the 
more definite classes iv. and vi. 









THE88ALT. 








xxxiii 


Periods of Coinage of Thessalian Cities. 




TBIBB OR aiY. 


L 

—480. 


480-400. 


nr. 

400-344. 


rv. 

30^286. 


V. 

90O-10O. 


VI. 
106-146. 


VII. 

Imperial 

times. 


Thessalj (Larissa) 












JR /F, 


^ 


Aenianes (Hypata) 








JR 




JRM 




.^*.lUo •>. ... .,, ,,, 






M 




M 






Atrax 








JR 




/R 






Cieriam 








JR 




JE 






Cranxkon 






M 


JE 




JE 






Demetrias . . . 










JR 








Gomphi 










JR 


M 






Gjrton 








JF. 




JE 






Heraclea 








JR JEi 




M 






Hypata 








JE. 










T^amia 








JR 


JR 


JE 






L*aris8a 




M 


JR 


JR JEt 




M 






Larissa Cremaste . 










m 








Magnetes (Demetrias)... 












JR JOlj 




Malienses (Lamia) 






JR 




M 






Meliboea 






JE 










Metropolis 






JR 




M 






Oetaei (Oeta) 






JR JEt 






MM 




Pelinnaei (Pelinna) ... 




M 


JR JE 




JE 






Perrbaebi (Oloosson) ... 




JR 








M 




Phacium 










m 






Phalanna ... . 








M 




m 






Pharcadon ... . 






JR 


M 










Pharsalus ... . 






JR 


JR JE 










Pherae 






JR 


JR JE 




/R 






Phthiotis ... . 










JR 








Scotassa ... . 






JR 


JR J^ 




JE 






Tliclsae 










JRJE 








Tricca 






JR 


JR 




IE 







XXXIV INTRODUCTION. 

Notes on remarkable issues in Thessaly, 
Dr. Weil * has proved that the name on the obverse of the silver 
f til coins of the Leagne is that of (rrparr^o^^ or Greneral 
Leagne :— of the Thessalians. On the specimens of the British 
^^ * Musenm we find the following : — 

AYZIKAHOY. 

ITAAOZ — ITAAOY. Androsthenes, son of Italns, was 

Strategus B.C. 187 (Eusebius, in Miiller, Frag. EisL Gr. 

iii. 704). The name of Androsthenes occurs on a coin 

at Berlin. 
N I KO KPATOYZ. Strategus b.c. 1 82-1 (Lebas, Roy. Arch. 

no. 1146). 
nroAEMAIoY. 
ZftZinATPoY. 

On the reverse of these coins we find usually two names^ of which 
one or other is sometimes in the genitive case. Warren t suggests 
that one of these names is that of a magistrate, the other that of 
his father; but this view is untenable. The names are doubtless 
those of two magistrates, but who these were, and how long they 
held office^ are points which we have not as yet the means to 
determine. 

That the coins were issued at Larissa is proved, { or at least made 
probable, by the types and legends of late copper coins in the Berlin 
Museum : — 

Obv. OEZZAAQN Herakles resting on rocks. 
Bev* AAPIZA Nymph Larissa facing. 
Alus or Halus was destroyed at the time of the Sacred War, 

about B.c. 344, § and the people sold or expelled. 
The city was refounded, and Strabo|| recorded by 

* ZeiUchr, f. NumUm. i. 179. 
t Federal Ooinctge, p. 21. % Friedlander, in Berl, Blatter, i. p. 138. 

§ Demosth. FaU. Leg., 353. || ix. p. 433. 



THESSALY. XXXV 

what prince or by wliat people it was rebuilt^ bat his text is unfor- 
tanatelj cormpt at this point, and no name can be made out. As 
however the coins of Alas belong to a period not later than that of 
Philip v., the city must have been refounded by that time. As the 
types of these coins are both of a national and a local character^ it 
is probable that the theory of those editors of Strabo* who supply 
the name of the Fharsalians as refounders is incorrect. 

Mr. Millingen points ont in his Ancient Greek Coins,-f that the 
Gompbi— coins of Thessaly with the inscription ^lAimiO- 

PUlippopolU. noAITIlN mnst have been struck at the city of 
Gomphi, and the coins in the British Museum abundantly justify 
that statement ; the types of the city under its two names being 
identical. It mnst^ however, be allowed that Stephanus of Byzan- 
tium makes statements inconsistent with this attribution. He 
mentions only one Philippopolis, which was situate in Macedon. 
Of Gomphi, he says that it was called Philippi (ethnic ^tXtTTTrei;?), 
without stating the time at which it changed its name. But that 
this happened in the time of Philip II., and not in that of Philip Y., 
as Mr. Millingen supposed, is proved by a passage in Livy,J where 
he mentions the city during the Soman war against Philip V., in B.C. 
198, under the name of Gomphi, a name which it may well have 
resumed during the century and a half which had elapsed since 
Philip II., but would scarcely resume during the life of Philip V., if 
re-named by him. The Museum coin with the name Philippopolis 
cannot be given, as M. de Longperier has already remarked,^ to so 
late a period as that of the fifth Philip. But there are two strong 
reasons for supposing that it was not minted so early as the reig^ 
of Philip II. The first is derived from its style, which belongs 

decidedly to the period after Alexander ; the second arises from the 



• See Ed. Kramer. t p. 46 X xzzii. 14 

§ Revue Numhm,, N.S^t 1859, p. 111. 



XXXVl INTRODUCTION. 

consideration that it is unlikely in a very* high degree that Philip 
would allow a city under his direct authority to issue autonomous 
silver coins. It is well known that wherever he conquered, auto- 
nomous coinage ceased at once. It is^ therefore, far more probable 
that the city which he called Philippopolis struck coin in an interval of 
freedom^ at the time of the Lamian War^ or in that of Demetrius. In 
such an interval it must have resumed its old name of Gomphi, and 
shaken ofif that of the Macedonian conqueror ; and then issued the 
coins which bear the name Gomphi, which are of a decidedly later 
period than those with the name Philippopolis. The figure of Zeus 
seated on a throne on the Gomphian pieces is evidently copied from 
the figure on the reverse of Alexander's silver tetradrachms^ and so 
must be given to a time when these latter were current and well- 
known coins, which they were in the highest degree about B.C. 300. 
A frequent type of the coins of Pherae is the fore-part of a horse, 
Pherae. Type of sometimes issuing from rocks. That by this figure 
Hone. a stream is represented is almost certain. The 

horse, whether winged or otherwise, is a frequent symbol of streams ;* 
and here the addition of the rocks, out of which the horse is actually 
leaping, makes the meaning quite unambiguous. The stream repre- 
sented at Pherae is probably the fountain Hypereia,t which rose in 
the midst of the city of Pherae. " The water," says Leake, J " rushes 
from several openings in the rock, and immediately forms a stream, 
which is conveyed in a channel lined with wrought stones, once 
belonging to Hellenic buildings." The plantations of Pherae owed 
their fertility to the waters of this stream.^ The type of a half- 
horse occurs perhaps with the same meaning at Tanagra in Boeotia. 
Of the river Tanagra, Leake || writes, ''The river Lari, although 
only a small brook, is said not to fail in summer. It receives a con* 



• Trans. B, S. L„ xi. pp. 183—206. t Strabo, p. 439. 

t N. Greece, iv. 440. § Polyb, xviii. 3. || N. Greece, ii. 480. 



ILLYRIA. XrxVll 

siderable contribution from some springs which issae from the rocks 
on its banks just below the city." The type also occurs at Termessus 
in Pisidia, a city situate above the pass from the Pamphylian Gulf, 
from which pass issues a river. 

It is remarkable how slight are the numismatic traces of the his- 
Phrna CciM torically important tyrannies of Lycophron, Jason, 
with iBieriptioxi and Alexander of Pherae, and of their claims to the 
TA, OA. position of Tagus of all Thessaly. No coins exist 

bearing the names of Jason and of Lycophron ; and those with the 
name of Alexander are rare. We might perhaps be tempted to see 
in the inscription TA^ which makes its appearance on the coins of 
Pherae of a certain class^ the initial letters of the title rayo^ ; but 
these coins cannot, iu view of their style^ be placed so late as B.C. 400, 
and the tyrants of Pherae did not occupy the position of Tagus until 
B.c. 374^ or thereabouts. It is therefore more likely that TA> as well 
as the corresponding inscription OA, stands rather for the name of 
some unrecorded tyrant of the city in the period before Lycophron. 
They have been supposed to stand, being read in a retrogade 
direction^ for the city of Atrax and the Athamanes, and have been 
used as an evidence of an alliance in early times between Pherae 
and these other political units ; but for such a reading there is not 
sufiScient evidence, and historical probability is greatly against it, 
the Athamanes and Atrax alike being separated from Pherae by a 
wide tract of country, and unfriendly communities. 



ILLYRIA. 
A FBS8H light has been thrown on the coinages of the kings and 
cities of niyria by a paper recently published in the ' Numismatic 
Chronicle '* by Mr. A. -J. Evans, 

In speaking of the coinage of Illyria we may first eliminate the 

• 1880. p. 269. 



XXXYUl INTRODUCTION. 

money of the two Qreeki cities, ApoUonia, and Dyrrhacliiam or Epi- 
damnns^ which is reseryed for separate discussion. Next we may 
set aside the coins of Amantia, Bjllis, and Oricas. These three 
cities are sitoate in a border-district which may be reckoned as part 
either of lUyria or Epiras. The money of all these cities may be 
given to the period of the Epirote Eepublic, b.c. 230-168, when 
the cities of Epiras enjoyed in all probability a measore of autonomy.* 
Amantia and Byllis use distinctively Epirote types; the types of 
Oricus are copied from those of ApoUonia. 

There remain three classes of coins, (1) those of early fabric, 
issued before the growth of the power of the kings of Ulyria, (2) the 
money of those kings themselves, (3) those issued after their over- 
throw by Borne. 

Underclass (1) the British Museum possesses coins of Issa, Pharos, 

Early coins. and . Heraclea. We learn from Diodorusf that 
Dionysius, Tyrant of Syracuse, founded in the year B.C. 387 colonies 
at Issa and Pharos, being helped in the work by the people of Paros, 
who, in consequence of an oracle, wished to found a colony in the 
Adriatic Sea. This account is strongly confirmed by the coins of 
the two cities, which closely resemble in fabric the coins of Sicily, of 
the Dionysian period, while they take their types from the island of 
Paros. Similar in fabric to the coins of Pharos are those of Hera- 
clea, the lUyrian provenance of which is certain % though scarcely 
anything is known of the Illyrian Heraclea. Here also must be 
placed the unexplained coins bearing the inscription I , and 
found on Issa, Pharos, and the opposite coast. 

(2) Coins of only two of the Illyrian kings are in the British 

Museum Collection— of Monunius, who seems to 
have occupied Dyrrhachiam, and struck money there 

* The coins of Byllis may be somewhat earlier than this : they resemble those of 
Pyrrhus. 

f XT. 13. X N'umism. Journ, i. 164. 



'- • 



ILLTRLL XXXIZ 

. about B.a 300/ and of Ballaeus. Mr. Evans maintains that Ballaeus 
was king after B.C. 167^ and shows^ on the evidence of ' finds,' that his 
money, which bears his name without title (BAAAAIOY), was pro- 
bably struck at Pharos, and that which bears the title BAZIAEHZ 
at Rhizon. 

(3) After the limitation by Some of the power of the Illyrian 
^^ kings in b.c. 167, coins were issued, probably under 

Roman protection, by several cities. Issa and 
Pharos continued their, mintage, but with change of types, the 
attributes of Dionysus taking the place of the Parian goat. The 
town of Scodra also struck coins of very late fabric. 

The coinage of ApoUonia and Dyrrhachium, both colonies of 
c iipononia and Corcyra, belongs to three periods: — (1) The 

DyirhAoniiuiL ^^j^ century B.C. A comparison with the coins 
of Corcyra wUl sufficiently prove that to this period must be 
assigned the rare coins of Apollonia and the plentiful staters of 
Dyrrhachium, of Corcyrean type and weight. It is probable that 
their issue began at some period when the political troubles into 
which the mother-city fell gave her colonies greater freedom of 
action, and threw them on their own resources. This may have 
been the time when Corcyra was successively overrun by the 
Athenian Timotheus (b.c. 375), and the Laconian Mnasippus 
(b.c.373). When Monunius, king of Dlyria, occupied Dyrrhachium, 
about B.c. 300, he struck coin in that city of the same types and 
standard* as the previously circulating money of the city, but of 
somewhat later styla This seems to prove that the issue of the 
coins which have come down to us of this class was not continued 
beyond 300 b.c. 

At the end of the 4th, or the beginning of the 3rd century, were 
probably struck the coins of Corinthian standard and types issued 
by Corcyra, Apollonia, .and Dyrrhachium. 

* Droysen, iii. 1. 184. This writer prefers the date B.C. 280. 



Xl INTRODUCTION. 

(2) The period b.c. 229-100. It is certain that there is a great 
break in the continaity of the coinages of Dyrrhachium and Apol- 
Ionia from abont the year 300 onwards. The cause is probably to 
be fonnd in the consolidation of the Epirote and Illyrian kingdoms, 
which took place abont that period under able and warlike kings, 
such as Pyrrhus and Monunius. But when, in b.0. 229, the Romans 
interfered to protect the two cities from the ravages of Illyrian 
pirates, they allowed them to retain a considerable measure of 
autonomy, under Boman protection and superintendence. 

Both cities at once began to issue an entirely new series of coins. 
These pieces retain the old types, but their weight is adopted from 
the Victoriati, at that time in very constant use in Spain, Italy and 
the south of Gaul. At Dyrrhachium each coin has on the obverse 
a name in the nominative case, and a symbol ; and on the reverse 
a name in the genitive case. But the symbol, although figured on 
the obverse, changes with the name on the reverse. Dr. J. Brandis, 
after pointing out this connexion between symbol and name, 
suggests* that the name on the obverse is that of the eponymous 
magistrate of the year, and the name on the reverse, with the 
symbol appertaining, belongs to the monetary magistrate who was 
responsible for the weight and fineness of the coin. But it is 
quite clear, as M. F. Lenormantf has already pointed oat, that this 
view caimot be maintained. The name in the genitive case, which 
case is in fact governed by the suppressed preposition eTrt, is that of 
the yearly eponymous magistrate ; and this name, with the symbol, 
indicated to the authorities of the mint of Dyrrhachium in which 
year each piece was issued. The name in the nominative, on the 
other hand, is that of the subordinate officer who practically super- 
intended the minting of money, or tested it when minted. Either 
this official held his office for a few months only, or else, which is 
more probable, several officials of the class acted jointly, one only 

• ZeiUchr, /. NumUm. i. 57. t La Monnaie dam VAntiq, iii. 66. 



ILLTBIA. xli 

signing the coin, for we find several names in the nominative case 
on varions coins issued in the same year. Hence it is evident that 
the pkn of arranging the coins of Djrrhachiam by the name in the 
genitive case is the more correct. 

At ApoUonia there is a class of coins corresponding to those of 
Dyrrhachiom in other respects^ but without^ in most cases, a symbol 
on the obverse. These are of the same period, after B.C. 229. 

(S) About B.c. 100 the Yictoriatos ceased as such to be issued at 
Rome, being assimilated to the qninarius. It is probably at jnst 
the same period that at ApoUonia in Illyria, in consequence of this 
change, the class of coins which we have mentioned ceased, and in 
their place appeared a class of coins of the weight of the Roman 
denarius, having on the obverse the head of Apollo, and on the 
reverse three nymphs. These coins also bear the names of two 
magistrates, one on the obverse and the other on the reverse ; the 
latter in the nominative. There is no corresponding class of money 
at Dyrrhachinm, which city seems not to have issned money after 
the 2nd century B.C. 

In the British Mnseum are coins of Corinthian types issued by the 

Coinj of Corin- following places : — 
thiai typM. Ju^ lUyria — ApoUonia, Dyrrhachium. 

In Epirus — Ambracia. 
Corcyra. 

In Acarnania — The Acamanians, Alyzia, Anac- 
torium, Argos, Astacus, Coronta, Leucas, 
Medeon, Metropolis and Thyrrheium. 

The discussion of these coins is deferred. They will be catalogued 
under Colonies of Corinth. 

At Ambracia, Anactorinm and Leucas, these issues occurred 
dnring the 5th and 4th centuries. At other cities they probably 
did not begin until the occupation of Corinth by Philip II. of 
Macedon, in B.C. 338. 



xlii 



INTBODUCTION. 



A separate clasa has been made of the coins issued by the tribes 

niTrio-Kpirota who lived in the neighbourhood of the silver mines 
«!»«•• on the borders of Illyria and Epirns. This was in 

fact necessary, because it is uncertain on which side oE the border- 
line the cities of Damastium and Pelagia were situate. 

In a paper in the ' Zeitschrift fiir Numismatik/ * Dr. Imhoof- 
Blumer has fully discussed this class of coins. He endeavours to 
fix the district in which they were struck. Their date he places 
before b.c. 300 ; and it is sufficiently clear, in view of the likeness 
they present to the money of Philip II. of Macedon, and Lycceius 
and Audoleon, kings of Paeonia, that they must be given to the 4th 
century B.C. With the absorption of the district into the consoli- 
dating kingdoms of Macedon and Epirus the coinage probably 
oeasedj the only exceptions in the British Museum being barbarous 
imitations (Pelagia, nos. 3j 4)^ which were probably minted by the 
Gauls during their invasion in the early part of the 8rd century. 

This class of coins may be compared with that issued by the rude 

Thraoo-Macedonian tribes, such as the Orrescii and Zaeelii.f In 

both cases the possession of silver mines prompted barbarous 

peoples to issue coin at a far earlier period than that at which, in 

the ordinary course of things, need for a coinage would have reached 
them. 

Some of the legends of these coins are obscure. M E and KAKIO 
should stand for the names of chiefs or dynasts ; and KH^ may 
do so, but this is rendered doubtful by the recurrence of these let- 
ters in conjunction with the unexplained word XAMAAP INIIN. 
It would be possible, though somewhat against analogy, to transfer 
the termination I NAN and to read the legend KH^INAN 
XAMAAP. Two other cities, Samoa and Mic — , are shown by Imhoof 
to have struck money of the class we are discussing. 

• I. pp. 99—111. t C^ct^. Macedon^ pp. xiii — x?iL 



inuus. xliii 

It will be seen, on comparing with Dr. Imboof-BIamer's illnstra- 
tions, our pL iii. 14 and p. 113, that in the case of a rude coin of Pe- 
lagia^ the tripod^ the reverse-type, is placed upside down ; and Dr. 
Imhoof has interpreted the remains of the handle of the lebes as 
an inverted crescent. This trifling correction is almost the only 
one necessary to his valuable paper. 



EPIRUS. 

Thi coinage of Epirus was not of long duration. It falls natu- 
rally under four periods : — 

(1) The period before the accession of Alexander, son of Neo- 

ptolemus. At this time Epiriis was a congeries of 
independent tribes and cities, and the Molossian 
kings were rulers only of one district. There are in the British 
Museum coins of this period bearing Corinthian types struck at 
Ambracia, and coins with autonomous types struck by the people of 
Elaeatifl^ the Molossians, and the Cassopaei. One coin of the latter 
people is apparantly restruck on a copper piece of Philip II. of 
Maoedon, which sufficiently proves an early date. 

(2) The regal period b.c. about 340 to about 230. It may have 

been Alexander, the son of Neoptolemus, who first ex- 
««gmi penoo. ^^i^jed the dominion of the Molossians over Epirus. 
This seems likely from a passage in Demosthenes (or Hegesippus), 
in the speech de Halonneso/^ who states that Philip of Macedon 
conquered three cities in Cassopia, Pandosia, Bucheta, and Elateia, 
colonies of Elis, and made them over to the Molossian king. We 
possess coins of Alexander, in gold, silver, and copper, the gold 
probably struck at Tarentum in Italy, the silver possibly in Epirus, 
bat more probably in Italy, and the copper almost certainly in 

• p. 30, p. 84. 



Xliv INTRODUCTION. 

Epims. We can Bcarcely aBsign a later date than that of Alexander 
to the earliest of the copper coins which bear the inscription APEI- 
PHTAN. The types of these remarkable and important pieces are 
a bull and a thunderbolt^ and they closely resemble the early coins 
of the Molossians already mentioned. Their evidence, if it may 
fairly be pressed, is most important, for Alexander was not ori- 
ginally king of Epirus but of the Molossians, and our coins are 
perhaps the only clear proof that thus early the Epirotae considered 
themselves a people. 

Of Pyrrhus we have coins bearing his name, and struck in Italy, 
Sicily, Macedon, and Epirus. The tetradrachms of Attic weight 
were probably minted in Italy,* as well as the didrachms with the 
head of Achilles ; the gold and the rest of the silver at Syracuse ;t 
the copper partly at Syracuse, partly in Macedon, partly in Epirus. 
There are also copper coins which bear the types of Pyrrhus and 
the monogram P^, which belong, in all probability, to the Epirotes, 
as well as some coins of somewhat later date marked with the 
letters A P. 

Of the successors of Pyrrhus we have no coins. Various classes 
have been assigned to Alexander II., his son, such as the 
coins now given to Alexander IV., J and the coins with the 
head of young Heracles in lion's skin on the obverse, and on the 
reverse one or two eagles standing on a thunderbolt. These latter, 
as we learn on the excellent authority of Mr. Borrell, are found in 
large numbers in Macedon, and very rarely elsewhere. This in 
itself would be a suflBcient reason for transferring them to the Mace- 
donian series. In addition, however, we may remark that it is 
impossible, in view of the style of these pieces, to give them to a later 
date than that of Pyrrhus. They will appear among the coins of 
the kings of Macedon. 

* Lenormant, Academy t xvii. p. 480. f Head, Coinage of Syracuse, p. 55. 

t Cat. PtolemieSf ad init. 



VPIRUS. xlv 

The Kings of Epims were never despotic^ or even powerful 
monarchs like those of Macedon. The limitation of their authority at 
home by an elected irpoararrf^ was close. The name of this oCBcer 
even occurs beside that of the king in inscriptions of the regal 

period.'^ This fact enables ns to understand how it is that copper 
coins^ issued in Epims during regal times^ sometimes do not bear 
the name of the king^ but only that of the people. 80 in B.C. about 
238, on the death of Ptolemy, the last representative of the 
Aeacid Kings of Epirus, the people found it easy to form a 
Republic, appointing a orpaTTjyi^ or general in the place of the 
king, but retaining the wpoardrTj^ 'iloXoa-a-mv. 

(3) The coinage of the Epirote Republic or League lasted until the 

destruction of the Epirote people by the cruel order 

J^^ of the Roman Senate^ and the instrumentality of 

Aemilius Paullus in B.C. 168, when as many as 
150,000 of the inhabitants of the district were sold into slavery, 
and the land made utterly desolate. 

The existence of the Epirote League did not however prevent 
the tribes and cities from recovering a certain degree of autonomy.t 
The Gassopaei, old rivals of the Molossi, seem to have retained 
during the Republic the right of issuing silver money. The people 
of Ambracia also had silver coin as well as copper of their own. In 
fact the last-mentioned city was, from its position, little under the 
control of the Epirotes, and liable to attacks from both Aetolians 
and Acamanians, Accordingly much of its copper coin is almost 
identical in types with the issues of Acamania and Aetolia. Other 
Epirote cities which struck in copper only during this period are 
Pandosia and Phoenice, The Athamanes, who were reckoned 
among Epirote tribes, were at this time (b.c« 220-190) independent, 
and under their king Amynander, one of whose coins has been 

* Canpsnot, Dodone et am mines, pp« 49, 51. t Drorsvn, iii. 2, 2d. 

9 



Xlvi ISITRODUCTION. 

pablished by M. Waddington^* oocapied a position of some impor- 
tance in the history of Macedon and Borne. 

(4) After the calamity of B.C. 168 the Epirote people were prostrate^ 

and their coinage appears to cease entirely. It was 

B c 168 ^^^y after a long period that a few cities of the dis- 

trict began to recover some measure of prosperity, 
and to resume such amount of autonomy as Borne permitted. We 
know from inscriptions that under the Bomans there was still a 
StrateguSj but his power was probably almost nominal. The Epi- 
rotes then struck no coins as a people. A few pieces have come 
down to us which were probably issued in Epirus, judging from the 
source whence they come; their inscription is lEPEYZ MENE- 
AHMOZ APrEAAHZ; they were probably united at Dodona, 
in close connection with the service of the temple of Zeus Naios. 
Pellerint publishes a coin with the same inscription^ and the dis- 
tinctly Epirote types of a head of Zeus on the one side and an 
eagle in oak-wreath on the other. The town of Phoenice seemg 
also to have issued coins with the name of a lepev?. To the Casso-^ 
paei we attribute the pieces of late period with the remarkable 
inscription KAZZXlllAinN MOAOZZXIN, whatever be the 
meaning of that inscription. That it implies a monetary alliance 
between the Cassopaei and Molossi is improbable. 

We have also coins issued during times of Boman dominion by 
the Boman colonies of Buthrotum and Nicopolis. 

* Milanges de Num, i. 39. Dr. Imhoof-Blamer has, hovreyer, shown {Mumen 
Akarnaniens, p. 95) that this pieoe is partly misread. It was struck at Argos in 
Acarnauia. 

t Suppl. ii. pi. viii. 8. He reads, however. APfAAOHZ for APP EAAHZ . 



COBCTKA. xlvii 



CORCYRA. 

Tex coinage of Corcyra is singularly devoid of ipterest in earlier 
times ; and it is very difficult to range it in chronological sequence, 
because the types persist unchanged amid external wars and internal 
revolutions. The varying relations of Corcyra with the mother city 
Corinth, as well as the violent political quarrels of the aristocratic 
and democratic factions described by Thucydides, produce no changes 
in the issues of Gorcyrean coins; it is not until the age of Alexander 
that these are modified, from contact with the money of political or 
commercial rivals. 

As a consequence, the coins of Corcyra can usually be chronologi- 
cally grouped only from the evidence of style, and neither illustrate 
nor are illustrated by history. Nevertheless, it has been found 
advisable to form a number of series of these coins arranged in chro- 
nological sequence, both in order to preserve uniformity of method 
in the catalogue, and for obvious reasons of convenience. 

Before giving a list of the ten periods of mintage at Corcyra, it 

_ will be well to say a few words in explanation of the 

Tjrpei of Coreyrm. 

customary types, a cow suckling a calf, and the so- 
called Gardens of Alcinous, 

The group of cow and calf is of great antiquity and oriental origin. 
It is found on Egyptian and Assyrian monuments, as well as those 
of Persia^ Lycia, and Phoenicia. It was undoubtedly connected with 
the worship of the Asiatic Goddess who passed under many names in 
various parts of theLevant,Mylitta, Anaitis, orCybela This deity was 
introduced in the course of commerce into various Greek cities, and 
identified with local divinities, usually either Hera or Artemis. In 
Eaboea we find many traces of the cultus of this Asiatic goddess ; 
uid itwas probablyin connection with herthatthe type of cow and calf 



xlviii nrrBODaoTioN. 

was introdaced iuto Euboea^ and adopted by the people of Carystns 
as their civic emblem. 

It is probable that the t3rpe was introduced into Corcyra from 
Enboea. Corcyra was among the Qreeks nniversally reckoned as a 
colony of Corinth^ bat there waSj as we know from Platarch^* a tra- 
dition on the island of an earlier settlement from Eaboea; and that 
this settlement was a historical reality is rendered very probable 
from the identity of coin-type between Corcyra and a city of Eaboea. 
Plutarch says that the colonists fromEuboea abandoned the island and 
found a final resting-place in Thrace^ but it is possible even in that 
case that they left behind traces of a religious cult. 

As to the remarkable pattern called the Gardens of Alcinoiis, I 
have published a paper in the ' Numismatic Chronicle.'t I there 
express my conviction that this pattern^ which appears not only on 
the coins of Corcyra and her colonies^ but also on those of Miletus 
Cyrene and other cities, is of floral origin, and connected with the 
worship of Zeus Aristus or Apollo Aristaeus, of whom the former 
was in high honour in the island of Corcyra. 

The only other type of interest which appears on the earlier 
money of Corcyra is the head of Hera, a deity probably introduced 
by the Euboean colonists. The other types are mostly Dionysiac. 

I would arrange the whole series of Corcyrean coins under ten 
periods, as follows : — 

Period I. 734-585. Foundation of city to death of Periander, 
Period! of Cor- under whom Corcyra was subject to Corinth. No 
oTToan coioago. autonomous coins : those of Corinth used. 

II. B.C. 585-500. No historical data. Early coinage. 

III. 500-450. No historical data. 



* Qfunt Orae, c. ii. The statement of PItitarch is fully discosaed by Mailer, 
De CwrcyrtBorum Bepuhlica, p. 10, who adduces several reasons for attaching 
weight to the tradition. 

t 1881, p. 1. 



CORCTRA. Zlix 

IV. 450-400. Peloponnesian War; Athenian Alliance; 

Straggles of Aristocracy and Democracy. Coins of 
transitional style. 

V. 400-300. Invasion by Timothens and by Mnasippas. 

Active opposition to Cassander. Island occupied 
in 300 by Agathocles. Coins of fine style. 
Y. a. 838-300. Imitations of Corinthian coin after occupa- 
tion of Corinth by Philip, B.C. 338. 

VI. 300-272. Occupation of Corcyra by Agathocles, 

Demetrius, Pyrrhus. Change of standard. 

VII. 272-229. Independence. Illyrian invasions put a 

stop to by Roman occupation in 229. 

VIII. 229-48. Under Roman Republic. Corcyra free, and 

allowed to issue money. 

IX. 48-A.D. 138. Caesar to Hadrian. Coinage still con- 

tinued, but in copper only. 

X. A.D. 1 38-222. Antoninus to Caracalla. Imperial coinage. 

In periods VI. — VII. we find a very interesting series of copper 
coins, which bear as type the fore-part of a galley inscribed with 
various mythological and fanciful names, such as Pallas, Phosphorus, 
and Eucleia. It is supposed that these names belonged to vessels of 
the Corcyrean navy ; and I have further conjectured * that the pieces 
of money which bear them may have some connection with races of 
galleys, in which various of the Corcyrean vessels were in turn vic- 
torious — races, perhaps, carried on in the harbour of Corcyra in 
honour of Poseidon or Dionysus, or perhaps celebrated at the Actian 
promontory, in honour of Apollo Actius. In the cases where the 
word NIKA recurs, as it frequently does in periods VII. — IX. on the 
side of a galley on coins, I should be disposed to see a still more unmis- 
takeable allusion to a victory won in galley-racing. 

• Journal of Hellenic Studies, ii. p. 96. 



1 INTRODUCTION. 

In periods IX. and X. the deities most frequently represented in 
the Corcyrean coinage are Zens Casias^ Agrens, and Ares. The first 
of these deities had a celebrated temple in Cassiope, at the northern 
extremity of the island ; a stone marking the boandary of his temenos, 
and inscribed Am M.f/\a>alov, is still preserved.'*' The title Melosias 
indicates his close relation to Socks and herds. Agreos woold seem 
to be another form of Aristaens.f 

The magistrates' names which occur on the later coins of Corcyra 
Mafflttrat^i* *^® almost certainly those of 'irpuraveVi. This is, 

names at indeed^ frequently the case on coins. The evidence 
oroyra. ^^^ ^^ ^^ holds in the case of Corcyra is sufficient. 

On known coins of Corcyra the following twelve names occur: — 
APIZTEAZ, APIZTEAZ APIZTONOZ, AAMoCTPAToC, 
HPAAHC MENANAPOZ, NIKANflP, ZTPATflN, ZnZI- 
TENHr, ZnZTPATOZ, ♦AAAKPOZ, ♦lAflN, [♦lAWN], 
♦lAnNIAAC and ♦lAflTAZ.J Of these names five, AAMOZ- 
TPATor, MENANAPOZ, NIKANflP, ♦lAflNIAAZ and ♦lAH 
TAZ occur in Corcyrean inscriptions of the same age as the coins,§ 
as those of Prytanes, and two more, ^AAAKPoZ and ZA- 
ZTPATOZ, occur || in a context or position which renders it likely 
that they also belonged to Prytanes. One more name, that of 
ZTPATflN, appears as Prytanis in a bronze tablet from the 
Woodhouse Collection. Out of our twelve names, therefore, eight 
are either probably or certainly names of Prytanes at Corcyra, 
who held office at about the time to which we give our coins. 

• C. J., No. 1870. t Miiller, De Corcyr€Borum Republican p. 66. 

X This list by no means exhausts the names published in Mionnet, but inolades 
all those of the occurrence of which I have been able to satisfy myself. 
§ C. /., Nos. 1847, 1860, 1864; Bevue Numism,, 1866, p. 153. 
II a Z, Nos. 1846, 1863. 



ACARNANIA. U 



ACARNANIA. 

Thi fact that Aristotle wrote a work on the Constitution of the 
AearaanU 4th Acarnanians, shows that however rude this people 

eeatary B.C. mskj have been in the times preceding Alexander 
the Great, they had some political union and organization. Hence 
we need not be surprised to find that perhaps as early as the fifth 
century before our aera, coins were issued by the Community of the 
Acamanians in their corporate capacity. The earliest coins given 
by the high authority of Dr. Imhoof-Blumer to Acarnania * bear on 
the obverse the horned head of Acheloiis, and on the reverse that of 
his daughter Callirhoe. These pieces are succeeded by coins of 
Corinthian types and weight, marked with the monogram ^ . 

All these coins belong to the fourth century B.C. In addition, 
several of the Greek cities on the coast of Acarnania issue duting 
this century money of their own. The silver pieces are copies of the 
currency of Corinth, except in the case of Stratus and Oeniadae ; but 
the copper pieces bear distinctive types. Of the former we have already 

spoken : f the latter will be found catalogued under Alyzia, Argos, 
Leucas, Medeon, Stratus, Thyrrheium. The coins of Leucas of the 
period are commonly restruck on copper pieces of Philip II. of 
Maoedon, those of Argos and Medeon bear a head closely resembling 
that on the gold staters of Philip. The money of other cities is 
sufficiently dated by its style. 

The coins of which the types are, on one side the head of Achelous, 
on the other a digamma (F) or a T, ^^Q conjecturally given to 
Oeniadae. The question of their attribution is fully discussed by 
Imhoof-Blumer ; % to which discussion there is nothing to be added. 
The attribution to Stratus of the coin published at p. 191 of the 

• yttmum. Zeitichr , x. p. 14. f Under Illjria; above, p. xxzvii. 

J /. r., p. 145. 



lii INTRODUCTION. 

Gatalogae rests on the same aathority^'i' and appears to be certain, 
as the whole of the letters STPA are visible on other specimens. 
It would appear that Stratus was the mint of the Acarnanian League 
in early times^ as the early coins of the League have the same 
types as those of Stratus. 

It would seem that from some cause or other, there was in 

Acarnania a cessation of coinage from about the 
year 800 B.C., for a period of more than half a 
century. We cannot decide at what time it re-commenced. We 
are tempted to place the silver pieces which were issued by the 
Acarnanian League, and bear as types the head of Achelous and 
the figure of Apollo Actios, as a contemporary coinage to those of 
the Epirote Republic and Corcyra under Roman protection. In 
this case it would have lasted from about B.C. 229 onwards. 
It probably terminabed soon after the overthrow of Perseus, 
which took place B.C. 168. Dr. Imhoof-Blumer remarks that the 
earliest of these coins, those struck by the magistrate (?) Lycurgus, 
seem from their style to be contemporary with the Macedonian tetra- 
d^achms struck in the name of Antigonus, of which the obverse 
bears the effigy of Poseidon, and the reverse Apollo seated on a 
prow. These pieces were formerly given to Antigonus, the so-called 
King of Asia, but it is now generally agreed that their style compels 
us to place them at a later period. Imhoof would assign them to 
Antigonus Gonatas, and about the year B.C. 277. But Head^ with 
equal probability, attributes them to the reign of Antigonus Doson,t 
B.C. 229-20, and this latter date better suits the coins of Acarnania. 
The copper money issued by the Acarnanian League during the 
same period can be more closely dated. The types of these pieces 
are on one side the head of Achelous, and on the other the head 
of Zeus, Heracles, or Pallas. Two circumstances fortunately help 

• p. 168. t -5. M, Chuide to Select Coins, p. 76. 



ACABNANIA. liil 

towards fixing their date. In the first place^ there are exactly aniform 
and therefore probably contemporaneoas coins issued at Oeniadae ; 
and^ as Dr. Imhoof-Blumer well points oat^ Oeniadae was in the hands 
of the Aetolians until B.C. 219^ and again restored to them in 211^ 
80 that a period of eight years is defined in which in all probability 
the pieces of Oeniadae made their appearance. In the second place^ 
the copper coins of both the series just mentioned^ those of Acamania 
and those of Oeniadae^ are frequently found in Southern Italy, 
restnick as trientes of the uncial reduction.* This reduction took 
place at Rome and in the Soman dominions in bc. 217; and the 
class of pieces which are restruck on the coins of Acamania were 
issued at cities of Southern Italy, among others probably Canusium, 
soon after the reduction was legalized. We have therefore good 
ground for supposing that both sets of copper coin which we are 
discussing were issued late in the 3rd century B.C. 

I have already snggestedf that some of the coins of Acamania 
show traces of the expedition of Antiochus III. into Europe, The 
anchor and oak- wreath of the piece issued by Thyon, described in 
the Catalogue at p. 169, seem to me to bear clear testimony to the 
influence of the Syrian monarch. At this time Medeon and other 
cities of Acamania were in the hands of Antiochus, and he was sup- 
ported by Gly tuH, General of the League, but Leucas and Thyrrheium 
held out for the Romans. 

The only city of Acamania which seems during this period to have 
issued independent coins is Anactorium. Of this city we possess 
pieces both in silver and copper clearly contemporary with tho 
money of the Achaean League, and bearing the name of Lysi — who 



• D'Ailly, Hist de la Monn. Bom,, ii. 634 Dr. Imhoof-Blumer gives this 
c1a98 of Acftrnanian money to a much earlier period. I have not space to discuss 
the matter, but the evidence afforded by restrikings seems conclusive. 

t Numism, Ckron., 1878, 101. 



liv INTRODUCTION. 

must have been a tyrant, unknown to history, who established 
himself in the city for a time. 

We are told by Livy* that after the defeat of Perseus, B.C. 168, 
After B.C. 168. no change was made in the condition of Acamania 
save that Leucas was separated from it — * in his nihil novatum, nisi 
quod Leucas exempta est Acamanum concilio.' Dr. Imhoof-Blumer 
takes this phrase as implying that Leucas was retained by the 
Romans ; but it is far more probable that practical autonomy was 
granted to the city, as to Corcyra and Apollonia. To the period 
after B.C. 167 I would assign the series of Leucadian silver coins 
bearing the type of Artemis or Aphrodite, and a prow on the other 
side. These coins follow the Attic standard, no doubt in order that 
they may stand in easy relations towards the Roman denarius: their 
style is very late and rude. They probably were issued over a long 
period of time, and the later of them may be contemporary with the 
latest issues of Apollonia iu Epirus ; with them go the copper coins 
with names of magistrates. Under Thyrrheium we find silver 
coins of identical type with those of the Acamanian League, but of 
somewhat later style. These may have been struck on some 
unknown occasion before B.C. 168, or somewhat afler that date. 
There are also at this city late copper pieces. 

The later coins of Leucas usually bear a magistrate's name. It 
Magittratet' would have been interesting to discoverwhat rank the 
Leucas. magistrates held in the commonwealth ; this, however, 

' through want of Leucadian inscriptions I have been 

unable to ascertain. There is, however, in the Corpus Inscriptionum 
one record (no. 1846) which it is interesting to compare with our coins. 
Its provenance is uncertain, but Boeckh gives it, on grounds of inter- 
nal probability, to Corcyra. It is a decree relating to the tenure of 
certain lands, containing the names of many citizens, some as inter- 

* xlv. 31. 



AETOLIA. Iv 

ested parties, some as magistrates and some as witnesses. Among 
these names no less than seven, APHMIIN, APIZTOMENHZ, 
BA0YOZ, AAMYAOZ, Al AKPITOZ, AEnN,and ZflTinN occur 
on Lencadian coins as names of magistrates. It should be observed 
too that most of these names are extremely rare, which makes an 
accidental coincidence in the last degree unlikely. It seems there- 
fore almost certain that the inscription in question belongs to 
Leucas. Its close similarity in form to Corcyrean inscriptions will 
be accounted for by the similarity of institutions in Corcyra and 
Lencas ; the cities have the same origin and not dissimilar histories. 
It is perhaps worthy of notice that the name ^IAHMI2N which 
occurs on Leucadian coins is also that of a priest of Apollo Actius of 
the same period as the coin. Even, however, if these persons be the 
same, a single instance is clearly insufficient to establish the rule that 
the monetary magistrate is usually the priest of Apollo Actius, who 
seems to have been eponymous magistrate of tlie Acarnanian League. 



AETOLIA. 

BsfORE the age of Alexander the Great the Aetolians did not, as a 
people, issue coins; nor did any cities of the district strike money. 
The date of the first federal issues is fixed by the types which they 
Pott-Al«zandrine ^®*r, and which must therefore be briefly discussed 
wAdm, in this place. Of the gold and silver staters alike 
^'•■* the obverse-tjpe is taken from the coins of Alex- 

ander the Great which were, early in the third century, universally 
current in Greece. The reverse-type is a seated female figure, which 
was rightly identified by Millingen* as a copy or reminiscence of 
the statue of Aetolia, dedicated by the Aetolians at Delphi. 

• Eecueil de Monn, Grecques^ p. 39. 



Ivi INTRODUCTION. 

It will be seen^ on careful examination^ that the shields on which 
Aetolia is seated are of two kinds ; some are of the circular form of 
Greek bucklers^ and have a border of crescents precisely like that 
which is given on coins to the Macedonian shield ; others are oval^ 
with a ridge down the middle. These latter are exactly of the form 
usual for Gaulish shields, as represented on coins of Ariminnm,* and 
on the arm of a Gaulish soldier in the Museum at Avignon^t as well 
as the dead Gaul in the Florentine Museum. They are therefore 
clearly intended to be Gaulish. Beneath the feet of Aetolia is a 
Gaulish war-trumpet, similar to those represented on the base of the 
column of Trajan. Hence we are led to think that the statue of 
Aetolia was dedicated in memory of victories over Macedonians and 
Gauls alike. 

On a Roman coin (B. Mus. Guide, vii. c. 23 ; pi. Ixix. 23) which 
was struck by Decimus Brutus, probably on the occasion of his ex- 
peditions against Massilia and the Bellovaci, we find as types two 
Gaulish trumpets, a Graulish shield and a circular shield, the latter 
probably Greek. This piece presents a remarkably close analogy 
to the Aetolian coins in its idea ; Brutus wishing to commemorate 
his triumphs alike over the Greek colonists of Massilia and over 
Gallic enemies. And in fact the Aetolian League itself was a memo- 
rial of victories over Gauls and Macedonians. It did indeed exist 
before the invasions of Aetolia by Cassandor and his Macedonians 
in B.C. 314-311, and by the Gauls in 279, but it was only the confi- 
dence inspired in the nation by their ultimate success in the contest 
against such formidable enemies which laid the foundations of all 
their fortunes. 

Possibly we may get a still more definite meaning out of our type. 
In the remarkable tetradrachm, pi. xxx. 5, we find inscriptions on 
certain of the shields on which Aetolia is seated. The Macedonian 
shield bears the letters AY, and one of the Gaulish shields the 

♦ Cat, Italy, pp. 25, 26. f ^et;. ArchioL, 1867, pi. xiii. 



AETOLIA. Ivii 

letter A. It appears to me qaite probable that in these letters 
may lark a historical allusion; that they may stand not for the 
names of magistrates who caused the coin to be minted^ nor of 
artists who engraved the die, but rather for the names of the war- 
riors to whom the shields captured by the Aetolians had actually 

belonged. The circumstance seems curious^ even if the possibility 
that the coincidence is fortuitous be allowed, that the general whom 
Cassander left in Aetolia in the hope that he would be able to sub- 
jugate the country was named Lyciscus,* and that the Gaulish chief, 
with whom especially the Aetoliaus had to do, was named Acicho- 
rius^t who succeeded Brennus in the command, and perished under. 
Hellenic attacks. 

We learn from Vegetius J that the Boman soldier sometimes had 
Iiis name painted or engraved on his shield, that he might the more 
easily recognize it in falling into the ranks. Hirtius§ and Dion Cas- 
sias, on the other hand, speak of Pompeius' soldiers as having the 
name of their general on their shields. That some such custom 
existed among the Greeks and Macedonians is more than probable. 
On the Macedonian shield, which figures on coins of Antigonus and 
Pyrrhus, we find in the midst the monograms of those kings. And on 
a coin of Larissa Cremaste in Thessaly, pi. vii. 1, on which Thetis is 
represented as bearing the arms of Achilles, there appears the mono- 
gram of Achilles in the midst of the shield destined for him. 

The beginning of the federal coinage of Aetolia is thus fixed to 

the period after b.c. 279. It probably continued 
Period of iiine. ^ ... 

during the reigns of Antigonus Doson, Philip V., 

and Perseus. It was almost certainly issued during the time of the 

invasion of Greece by Antiochus III., whether the identification of 

the male head on coins of Aetolia as that of Antiochus III|| be 

♦ Diod. Sic. xix. 68. 1. t Pausan., Phocica, 23. Diod. xxii. 9. 2. 

X ii. 17. § Bell. Alex. 68; Dion, xlii. 85. 

II Numism. Chron., 1878, p. 97. 



Iviii INTRODUCTION. 

accepted or rejected. It almost certainly ceased as a conseqaence of 
the changes which followed the battle of Pydna in B.C. 168. All the 
coins of Aetolia are of federal character; probably issaed at Ther- 
mus^ which was the capital of the League, and the place where was 
stored the plunder amassed by the Aetolian bands in their nameroas 
predatory expeditions. No place in Aetolia issued copper money 
with separate inscription or types : the few copper pieces with Aeto- 
lian types and the name of a city seem all to have been struck 
by allied cities outside the recognized boundaries of Aetolia. 
Such are Oeta in Thessaly, Amphissa in Locris Ozolis, Thronium 
In Locris Epicnemidia^ and ApoUonia, which was situate near 
Naupactus, and which^ though usually considered as within the 
boundaries of Aetolia^ would seem to have been to some extent 
independent of the League. 



PERCY GARDNER. 



THESSALY 

TO 

AETOLIA. 



THESSALT. 



No.: wt. 



Metal. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



8 



95- 



A -85 



2 971 JR'9 

I 

96-6' JR -85 



4 ! 97-8 



83-8 



85-2 



95-1 



86' 



94-5 



ifl-95 



Ml 



M'9 



iR-9 



M'9 



MS 



THESSALIAN CONFEDERACY. b.c. 196— U6. 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 

AYilKAHOY 



n 



M» 



OE^SA AAN The Thossalian 
Pallas Itouia fighting r. 

to I., n > ^ '■> hunch of grapes. 

„ bimch of grapes ; to r., n • 

[Bank Coll.] 
A E 
O N 



n 

A 



o 

I 



[PL I. 1.] 



AA1E2 ANAPO[ 
M]ENEKPATH5 

APMO AIOY 
KPATEPo<|>[ 

AA Moeoi 
NOV 
♦lAOEENI 



HPA KA[ 
Hm^lA^ 

ePA ^AOi 
n AY 

i A 



tor.H 



» 



I* 



B 



I 






THESSALY 


« 


No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Revena. 








Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 


OE$$A AHN The Thessalian 
Pallas Itonia fighting r. 


10 


95-5 


M -85 


IT] AA05 (1) 


ITA A05 [TtenkColl.] 
Alo KA 
Hi 


11 


92-7 


MSb 


ITAAOY 


Alo KAH5 tor, Nl 


12 


91- 


M'95 




KE4> AAO$ 
OEMIiTo 


13 


95-4 


M'9 




KIAEin nos 

roprnnA? 


14 


89- 


M'9 




KAEin no$ 
rjoprnnAi 


15 


83- 

plated. 


iR-95 




AY sir 

EYKOM 


16 


94- 


ifll- 




MENE KPATO[Y5 
AAEHANAPE 


17 


93-9 


ifl-95 




MIMN OMAXOY 
♦lAOZENOS 


18 


921 


M'9d 


NIKOKPATOY5 


♦lAO SEFNIAOY tor., palm. 
HETPAlOi 


19 


88-3 


iR-95 




NY« ANAPO[ 
♦EPEKPATH[i 


20 


90-4 


Ml' 




nETP AIOY 
HTOAEMAIOY 


21 


95-6 


M'95 




noAY SENOY 
EYK0A05 


22 


97-6 


M'9 


nXOAEMAloY 


API CTO 
KA HC 


23 


82-3 


M'd5 




nY0 nNO$ tor., tripod. 
KAEOMAXIA[H$ 


24 


95-7 


M'9 




SinSin ATPOS 

roprnnAZ 



TIIESSALY, 



■No. 



Wt. 




Obverse. 



Reverse. 



25 96 



26 85- 

plated. 



28 



29 



30 



31 



32 



94-1 



88-4 



91-2 



94 



96-7 



96' 



M'db 



JR'Sb 



JR'9 



M'9 



JR'Sb 



M'9 



^•95 



JR'Sb 



33 



34 



35 



921 



87-8 



100-2 



JR'Sb 



M'8 



iR-85 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



ijn^mATPoY 



OESSA AUN The Thessalian 
Palliis Itonia fighting r. 

inn nAT[Po5 
roprnnA^ 

S]nsnA TP05 toL, Nl 

rornnA 

K OT 
T Y 

♦lAin no[Y to r., Artemis run- 
0EMI5Tor[ENH5 nmgr.hoid- 

in>; torch. 

♦i]Airi noY 

0]EMI5TorENH[i 



» It 



♦lAin noY 

0]EMI5TorEN[H5 



l» I) 



♦I AOK 
EniKPA 



to 1., H ; to r., ^ . 



[PL I. 2.] 



♦I AOKPA 
T o 
Y i 
♦EPEKPATH5 

♦]IAOZE NIAH$ 
AAMOOOINO^ 



♦]IA XIN to r., star. 

innoAoxo^ 



♦]IA flN 

ijnnoAoxo^ 



}} 



THESSALT. 



No. 



36 



37 



38 



39 



40 



41 



42 



43 



44 

45 
46 



47 

48 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvene. 



Reverse. 



63-5 



64-9 



66-4 



61-6 



61-7 



63-1 
66-1 



63-7 



ifl 7 



R-7 



/R-8 



A -75 



ill-75 



M'75 



iR-75 



^•7 



31-4 

31-7 
30- 



58- 
53-6 



M'5d 



M'Q 



M'5 



Head of Apollo r. laureate. 



OEiiA AAN Tlic Tbessalian 
Pallas Itoiiia lighting r. 



rAYANA 




n 

A 


O 

Y 


bunch of grapes. 


PAYAN A 




>» 




1 

1 


± 




i» 




[Bank ColL] 

1 


H* 




n 


1 


[Bank CoU.] ' 


f 




M 


A 


[PL L 3.] • 


X 




A 


N 


1 
( 


H» 


1 




H" 




Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met adorned with griffin. 


OE$ 
^AAXIN 

below, f^ . 


i 

Bridled horse trotting r > 

1 

1 

[PI. 1. 4.] 



Heatl of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



M16 
M-7 



t 



OE^^A AAN The Thossalian 
Pallas fighting r. 



n 

A 
M 



O [Bank CoU. PL i. 5.] 
Y 

A 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 

above, APA . 



i> 



„ (Same die.) 



^AAHN 



Bridled horse trotting r. ( 



[PL I. 6.] 



THESSALY. 



5 



No. 


Wt. 


MeUl. 
2Siz4. 


ObTorse. 


Reverse. 






Head of Apollo r. laur. 


QEHA The The^salian Pallus 
AXIN Itonia lighting r. 


49 




iE-85 




t 

tor., ¥E 


.30 


iE-85 




„ H* 


51 


iE-85 




„ „ star on sliield; 


52 


iE-85 




to 1., w ; to r., PC 


53 




iE-75 




to r., Pc [Jnscr. QEHiA AUN] 


54 

55 

1 , 


yK-8 
.^•85 




AAE [ZAN to r., amphora with 

grapes tied to handle. 

AA]E HAN 


156 
57 


/E-9 
iE-85 


ZEN Nin[ 


] EN N 1 n n [ Pilei of Dioscuri. 

[PI. I. 7.] 

mno Aoxo[ toi., AP 


58 

1 1 


iE-75 




nnn oao[ 


59 


' 


^•55 




inn Aox[ 


60 




^•8 




♦1 AOK[ tor.,p^ (1) 








Head of Zeus r,, crowned 
with oak. 


OEiiA AUN The Thcssaliau 
Pallas fighting r. 


61 




iE-65 




tor., ¥E. 








• 

Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 


OES Hoi'sc trotting r. 
^AAnN 


62 




iE-65 


innA[ 

TA5 




63 




^•75 


mn[ 





THB8SALY. 



No. 



64 

65 
66 

67 



68 



69 



70 



71 



7-2 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerae. 



Reveree. 



^•75 

iE-8 
^•7 

M'75 



JE-65 



iE-55 



^•8 



All 



iE-95 



Head of Palhi8 r., wearing 
ci-estcd Corinthian hel- 
met. 

5ANAPOY 



Horse trottinff r. 



)i 



♦EPEKPfA 
♦EPEKPA 



]An 



SAAHN 



in front, ear of com. 



» 



»> 



»» 



>» 



Time of Hadrian. 



AXIAA €YC Head of 

Achilles r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet. 



N I KO M AXO Y Horse trotting 1. 



AXIA] A€YC Head of 
Achilles r., in close- 
titting crested helmet. 



[PL I. 8.] 
(cf. no. 77 below.) 

e€CCA A [UN Horse trotting r. 



Impehial Coinage. 
Augustus ; Antigonus Strategua 



ZEBAZ 

THUN Young head 
of Augustus 1. barc. 



eEZZAAHN ZEBAZ 

THUN Head of Au- 
gustus 1. laureate. 



AI/ITirOI/IOY ZTPATHrOY 

Asklepius facing, head r., clad in 
liimation; holds rod up which 
serpent twines. 



to 1., 7^. 



[PL I. 9.] 



ANTirONOY ZTPATHrOY 

Apollo Musegetes laureate walking 
r., clad in long chiton and clilam}'^, 
playing on lyre. 



to L, 7^ . 



>5 »> 



[PL I. lO.J 



THESSALY. 



Vo. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



75 



76 



i i 



Augustus ; Posthumous ; Lycutvs Strategiis. 



eEZZAAHN ZEBAZ 

THXIN Head of Au- 
gustus 1. radiate. 



^105 



iE-9 



^115 



^•9 



^•85 



ITPATHrOY AY KO YTOY 

Apollo Musegetes walking 1. 



to 



1., Jt. [BaukColl. PL I. 11.] 



Nero j Aristion Strategus. 



NEPUN ZZAAHN 

Head of Nero r. laur. 



APjIZTinNOZ ITPATH 

rOY 

Apollo Musegetes walking r. 



Lathychus Strategus. 



NEPnN KAIZAP 
eEZZAAIlN Head 
of Nero r. laureate. 



CTPATHr YXOY Apollo 

seated r. on tripod ; holds lyre. 



Domitian and Domitia. 



AOMITiANON KAI 
ZAPA eEZZAAOl 

Head of Domitian r. 
laureate. 



AOMITIAN ZEBAZZTHN(«c) 

Bust of Domitia r. 



Hadrian; Niconiachus Strategus. 



AAPIANONKAICA 
PAe€CCAAOI 

Head of Hadrian r. 
laur. 



^ OXNIK OMAXOY TheThes 
salian Pallas Itoiiia r. fighting. 

[PI. u 12.] 






THESSALY. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Ro Terse. 



78 
79 
80 



81 



82 



83 



84 



S.-) 



iE-95 



I 



iE-9 



MS 



JR -9 



Ar. Aurelius. 



AYTMAYPAN TO) 
N€INOC Bust of M. 
Aurelius r. laur. 



head and not bust. 



KOINON eCCCAAWN The 

Thessalian Pallas r. fighting. 



)) 



n 



Sept. Severus. 



AYTAC€n C€BH 

POCn Bust of Seve- 
rus r. laur. 



KOINON eeCCAAUN 

Thessalian Pullas r. lighting. 



Tl 



le 



JEV 



iE-95 



^•9 



Caracalla. 



Three Atssea. 



AYT ANTWNI 

NOC Bust of Cara- 
calla r. laur. 



AYKMA- ANXn 
NINOC Similar. 



AYKMAYP ANXn 

NINOC Similar. 



Similar. 



KOIN O N Nike holding wreath, 

0€CCAA in chariot of tlirco 

UN horses galloping r. 

below, r. 

e€CCAAn Similar. 

KOINON 



below, r. 



[PI. I. 13.] 



Ai -9 



eCCCAA Similar; Kike holds 
Nil wreath and palm. 

KOINON 

below, r. 

KOINON Similar; Nike holds 
OCC no palm. 

CAA[ 

below, r. 



THES8ALT. 



No. Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



86 



87 



88 



89 



M'9 



M'db 



Ml' 



Ml 



AYTKnO A TAA 
AH NO BuBtofGal- 
lienus r. radiate. 



Gallienus. 
Four Asses, 

eeCCAAIZN The 

Theflsalian Pallas r. fighting. 



AYTKHAI €rrAA 

AHNOC Similar. 



AYTFAA AHNOC 

AY Similar. 



to 1.9 A . 

KOINON eeCCAAHN 

Similar. 

to 1., A . 

Same inscr. Satyr 1. drinking from 
wine-cup. 

to 1., A. 



KOPNC AAHNINA 

Bust of Salonina r. ; 
crescent behind shoul- 
der. 



Salonina. 
Four Asses. 

KOINON eCCCAAHN The 

Thessalian Pallas r. lighting. 



to L, A. 



[PL L 14.] 



10 



THBSSALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Rererse. 



1 43 



M7 



41-8 ^-6 



40 



M'7 



41-5 iil-7 



1101 Aid 



118' 



7 lie- 



Head of Zeus r. laur. 



AENIANES. 



(Struck at Hypata.) 
B.C. 302-236. 



AINIAN flN Warrior (PhemiuBt) 
clad in chlamys and girt with 
sword, hurling javelin to r. ; holds 
in 1. hand potasus. 

[PL u. 1.] 



type 1. 



Head of Zeus 1. laur. 



AINIANflN Warrior hurliiifj 
javelin to r. ; holds in 1. hand 
petasus and two javelins. 



B.C. 168-146. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met, adorned with fore- 
parts of horses and 



Pegasus. 



M'25 



Al'9 



8 107-5 iR -95 



9 113- 



MOb 



AINIANUN Slinger (Pheinius) 
slinging r., chlamys wrapped round 
1. arm, sword slung round body, 
and two javelins beside him. 



to r., AMEMnTO[Z [PI. II. 2.] 



„ B II2N and winged caduceus. 



„ EniKPATH[Z 



„ EYHG 



„ OEPZinnoZ and palm. 



AB!7IANBS. 



11 



Xo.: Wt. 




Obvone. 



Reyerse. 



i I 



10, 116-4 



11 113-9 



Ml- 



Ml 



12. 110- 



13 37 

i 



iR-95 



M-e 



14 33-5 



M'6 



15 36-5 M'(} 



: 16 32- M-e 



17 



JE'S 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met, adorned with fore- 
parts of horses and 
Pegasus. 



(Helmet of Corinthian 
form, and adorned with 
star only.) 



AINIANUN Slinger (Phemius) 
slinging r., chlamys wrapped round 
1. arm, sword slung round body, 
and two javelins beside him. 

to r., OnMYPm[N and winged 
caduceus. [Bank Coll.] 

„ MYNNIZ and palm. 



„ NIKAPXOZ and head-dress 
of Isis surmounted by star. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested helmet adorned 
with star ; behind, 

EXEMEN 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 



AINIANUN Slinger (Phemius) 
slinging r., chlamys wrapped round 
1. arm, sword slung round body, 
and two javelins beside him. 



Similar. 



[Bank CoU. PI. ii'. 3.] 



TOAMAIOZ 

Zeus 1. laur. 



Head of AINIAN UN 
javelin to r. ; 
pctasus. 



Warrior hurling 
holds in L hand 



to r., A . 



»> >> 



[PI. II. 4.] 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met, adorned with fore- 
parts of horses. 



AllNIANUN Slinger (Phemius) 
slinging r., two javelins beside him. 



to r., ANTlO[ 



y 



12 



THB9SALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



18 



19 



20 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Rerene. 



JE'7b 



JE'S 



M'6 



Head of Zeus 1. lanr. 



T0AMAI05 Similar; 
type r. 



Similar type. 



AiNIAN UN Slinger (Phemius) 
slinging r. ; beside him two javelins. 

[PL 11. 5.] 



AINIAN Similar type. 
XIN 



ANXIN Similar type. 



ALUS. 



13 



!N'< 




2 



iE-65 



-^•8 



^•55 



^•55 



Obverse. 


Reverse. 


ALUS OR HALUS. 


B.C. 400-34 i. 


Head of Zeua Laphystius 1. 


AAE XI ^ Helle seated sideways 
on ram flying r. 




[PI. XXXT. 1.] 


B.C. 300-190. 


Head of Zeus I^aphystius 
r., diademed. 


AAEXIN Phryxus r. clinging to 
ram flying r., chlamys over shoul- 
ders. 




behind, X • [Bank Coll. PI. ir. 6.] 


Head of Zeus 1. 


AAE ft N Similar type. 




below, thunderbolt. 


Head of Zeus r. laur. 


AAE Similar type. 


— -_ 





14 



TnSSSiLY. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



ReTGrse. 



1 



40-4 



MQ5 



2 



iE-95 



yE-55 



ATRAX. 



B.C. 400-344. 



Head of Nymph 1., wear- 
ing earring ; hair rolled. 



ATPA riO N Horse standing r. 



[Pl. IT. 7.] 



I 



Head of Apollo r. laur. 



B.C. 300-190. 



ATP A ri Horseman clad in 
N XI chlamys trotting r., 
his r. hand raised. 



Head of Apollo 1. laur. 



[PL II. 8.] 



ATPA Cupping-vase and pair of 
pliers. 



CIKRIUM. 



15 



1 ^ 

No.! Wt. 

1 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyeree. 


Reverse. 


1 

1 




i 


CIERIUM. 




1 




B.C. 400-344. 


1 




» 


licad of Zous r. laur. 


KIEPI Eini/I Arne facing, clad 
in chiton and himation, kneeling 
on one knee and playing with 
astragali. 


: 1 ■ 19-2 

1 


.♦R -55 




tor.,*. [PL II. 9.] 


1 , 

1 

: 2 

1 

1 
1 


17-3 


M'bb 


Head of Arne r., hair 
rolled. 


KI]EPI EIIIN Similar type. 

[PI. II. 10.] 


1 
1 
i 




B. 


c. 300-190. 


1 






Head of Apollo r. laur. 


Zeus striding r. ; hurls thunderbolt 
with r. hand, and holds eagle in 
1.; to r., Arne facing, kneeling 
and playing with astragali. 


3 

1 




JE'S 




KIEP]I EIXIN 

[Bank Coll. PI. xxxi. 2.] 


; 4 




iE-8 




KIEPiEIXlN 


, 5 


1 

t 


JE'6 


Head of Poseidon r., 
bound with taenia. 


Inscr. defaced. Arne facing, kneel- 
ing and playing with astragali. 




1 





16 



THBSSALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



1 



2 



Metal. 
Size. 



45-9 



ifl-6 



^•6 



^•7 



Obyene. 



RoTerae. 



CKANNON. 



B.C. 480-400. 



iE-65 



JE'7 



JE'Qb 



KR A yi 1 Youth r. 

clad in chlamys and 
petasus, grasping by the 
horns the fore-part of a 
bull who gallops r. 



K RA MO Forepart of bridled 
horse galloping 1. ; beside him, 
trident ; all in incuse square. 



[Bank Coll. PI. ii. 11.] 



B.C. 400-344. 



Horseman clad in chlamys 
and petasus r« ; horse 
galloping. 



KPAN BuU butting r. 



abovq, trident r. [PL ll. 12.] 



Similar. 



Similar. 



Hydria mounted on wheels, on one 
of which stands a raven. 

K 
/VA 



K PA 
A/NO 



K PA Hydria mounted on wheels. 
NNO 

[PI. n. 13.J 



CRANNON. 



17 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
!Size. 



ObTeree. 



ReTorae. 



8 



.E-75 



^•85 



JE'7b 



Head of Zeus r. laur. 



B.C. 300-190. 



KP A Horseman r., clad in chlamys 
and petasus ; liorse galloping. 



Bust of youth r., clad in 
chlamys and pt^t^isus. 



[PI. II. 14.] 



KPA N Horseman r., clad in 
NAN IflN chlamys and petasus ; 
horse galloping. 

below, P^. [PI. II. 15.] 



mon. obscure. 



i> 



18 



THB8SALT. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvorse. 



Reverse. 



1 



36-3 



A -65 



DEMETEIAS. 



B.C. 302-286. 



Head of Artemis r., quiver AHMH Forepart of galley r. 



over shoulder. 



TPIEXIN 



to 1., ^ . 



[PL III. 1.] 



GOMPHI OR PBILIPPOPOLIS. 



19 



Xo. 



Wt- 



: 1 



89- 



Metal 
Size. 



iR-8 



^•7 



Obverae. 



Reverse. 



GOMPHI OR PHILIPPOPOLIS. 
B.C. 302-286. 

Under name Philippopolis. 



Head of Nymph as the 
City, three-quarter face 
towards r., wears Ste- 
phanos. 



♦lAirro roAiTiiN zeus 

Palamnaeus, clad in himation, 
seatefl 1. on rock; holds in r. 
sceptre, 1. rests on rock. 



to L, thunderbolt. [PI. in. 2.] 



Under name Gomphi. B.C. 300-190. 



Head of Nymph as the 
City, as above. 



Head of Nymph three- 
quarter face towards 1., 
hair floating. 



.E-75 



iE-85 



AOM4> Zeus Pdlamnaeus, seated 
1. on rock; holds in r. sceptre, 
1. rests on rock. 

[PL III. 3.] 



Zeus Palamnaeus, seated 1. on throne; 
holds thunderbolt and long sceptre. 



roM*E 



roM^EXlN 



[PL m. 4.] 



20 



THESSALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
ISize. 



Obyerse. 



Reverae. 



1 



2 
3 



8 
9 



iE-7 



JE'7 
iE-75 



^•85 



MS 



JE'8 



GYRTON. 
B.C. 400-344. 



Young male head r. bare ; 
beside it, horse's head 
and neck r. 



rYPTflNION Head of Nymph 
r., hair in sphendone. 

[PL XXXI. 3.] 



B.a 300-190. 



Young male head 1. laur. 



rYPTONinN Head of Nymph 
L, bound with taenia. 



[PL m. 5.] 



to r., R . 



Head of Zeus r. laur. 



Head of Zeus 1. laur. 



JE'76 

M7b 

JE'S 



PYPT H Horse bridled trotting r. 

NinN 

beneath, ear of corn. 



Horse trotting 1. 

nrPTO below, PI 
Ni 



[PL ra. 6.] 



rvPT 



» » 



Similar. 



Horse trotting r. 



rY]PT n below, AH and 
N IAN bunch of grapes. 



J) 



99 



W 



rvPT 

ANinN 



below, U and bunch 
of grapes. 



HERACLEA TRACHIKIA. 



21 



So. Wt. 

1 


MeUl. 
Size. 


Obverae. 


Reverse. 




1 

i 

1 

1 


HERACLEA TRACHINIA. 








B.C. 426-344. 








Lion's head 1., mouth shut. 


AqH Club. 


1 

1 


14-7 


JR'ib 


Lion's head 1., tongue pro- 
truding. 


beneath, ivy-leaf. [PI. in. 7.] 
HPA Club. 


1 


2 
3 


12-6 
12-5 


JR'A 


below, E. 

91 n 


beneath, two ivy-leaves with stalks 
intertwined. [PI. in. 8.] 




4 
6 


7-4 
3-2 


A -35 
iR-35 




beneath, cray fish r. 

[PL III. 9.] 




6 




JE '76 


Lion's head L, tongue pro- 
truding. 


HPA Club. 

beneath, two ivy-leaves with stalks 
intertwined. [PI. in. 10.] 










B.O. 300-190. 










Lion's head 1., mouth shut. 


HPA Club ; all in wreath of olive. 




7 




M-e 




[PI. III. 11.] 




8 




iE-6 








9 




JE'6 




above, A . 




10 




JE'56 













0*7 



THSSSALT. 




Obverse. 



Reverse. 



1 



2 
3 



6 
7 



8 



41" 



42-5 
41-2 



12' 



iR-6 



LAMIA. 



B.C. 400-344. 



Head of young Dionysus 
r., ivy-crowned. 



A -65 
A -6 



Head of young Dionysus 
1., ivy-crowned. 



AAMI En N Amphora, 
to r., prochous 1. [PL m. 12.] 



AAMiE XIN Amphora. 

above, ivy-leaf ; to r., prochous. 

[PI. III. 13.] 



n 



» 



99 



19 



9-8 



86' 

86" 



iR-45 



A -45 



^•55 
iE-6 



iR-8 



iR-7 



Head of Nymph r. ; hair 
rolled. 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



[PL III. 14.] 



AAMI Philoctetes reclining L, his 
r. hand raised to his pointed 
pileus, his 1. on the ground. 

to 1., bow and club. [PL iii. 15.] 



99 



99 



99 



B.C. 302-286. 



Head of Lamia r., dia- 
demed and wearing ear- 
ring. 



AA Ml EflN Young Herakles 
(Demetrius )) seated 1. on rock ; 
holds in r. bow in case, 1. rests 
on rock ; spread on rock, chlamys. 

[Bank Coll. PL it. 1.] 

[PL IT. 2.] 



LAMIA. 



23 



I 



•Vo.. Wt. 



10 



11 



12 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Reverse. 



JE'Q 



JE'Qb 



^•65 



B.C. 300-190. 



Head of Nymph r. ; hair 
rolled. 



AAMIEQN Herakles naked, 

kneeling r. and discharging arrow ; 
club on the ground behind him, 
before him two birds. 



[PI. ir. 3.] 



24 



THBSSALY. 



No. 




Metal. 
Size. 



ObTerse. 



Reverse. 



1 



2 



76-3 



86-6 



11-3 



13-2 



12-5 



I 6 



88-6 



43-6 



M'7 



JR'7 



M'4: 



Mi 



M'i 



LARISSA. 



Before b.c. 480. 



Horse 1. biting liis fore- Sandal L ; all in incuse square, 
leir. 



above, cicada 1. 



9i 



}> 



AARI SMOfi above, bipennis. 

[PI. IV. 4.] 

AA SfiiLON [PI. IV. 5] 



Head of Nymph Larissa 1. AARI Sandal 1.; all in incuse 

square. 

below, I. [PI. IV. 6.] 



Head and shoulders of 
bullL 



Similar type r. 
above, ? AT 



A A Head of bridled horse r. ; all 
in incuse square. 

[PI. IV. 7.] 

A Similar type 1. ; in incuse square. 



(Cf. no. 1 under Pherae.) 



B.C. 480-450. 



Youth r. restraining un-'AA Rl Horse gallopinj^ 1., rein 



^1-8 



A -6 



ruly bull, by means nf , 
a band passiul round 
his horns, petasus sus- 
pended from neck ; be- 
low, rose. 



Youth r. restraining fore- 
part of bull as above, 
wears chlamys. 



Hying loose ; all in incuse s<juaiv. 



[PI. IV. 8.] 

A AR i Fprepart of bridled horst* 
galloping r. ; all in incuse square. 

[Bank Coll.] 



LARISSA. 



Jit' 



Xo. 


wt 


Metal 
Size. 


ObTerae. 


Beverso. 








Youth r. restraining fore- 
part of bull, by means 
of a band passed round 
his horns, wears clilamys. 


Forepart of bridled horse galloping r. . 
all in incuse square. 


8 


45- 


^•55 


below, rose. 


A A Rl [PL IV. 9.] 


9 


39-5 


M'6 




AA 

i 
t 


10 

1 


41-6 


iR-6 




1 

t 

A A Rl type 1. 


1 






Horseman riding r., wear- 
ing petasns and chlamys 
and holding two spears. 

* 


A A RI^ Kymph Larissa, seated 
A r. on chair with back ; 
holds in r. patera, 1. raised ; all in 
incuse square. 


11 


23-2 


iR-5 




[PI. IV. 10.] 


12 


23-3 


M'6 


Horseman riding r., wear- 
ing chlamys, petasus 
suspended from neck; 
holds spear. 


A ARI Similar. 

1 
1 


13 


19-6 


iR-55 


below, lion's head r. 
Horse trotting 1. 


Ifl Nymph Larissa 1. clad in 
chiton, supporting hydria on knee ; 
behind her, lion's head fountain ; 

all in incuse square. 

1 


U 


15- 


iR-45 


above, lion's head 1. 
Horse trotting r. 


1 

A A Rl Similar, type r. i 

1 


15 


12-7 


ifl-45 


above, lion's head r. 

• 


[PL IV. 11.] 

1 








B.C. 450-400. 


IG 


94-4 


iR-85 


Youth r. restraining un- 
ruly bull by means of a 
band passed round his 
horns; wears chlamys, 
petasus suspended round 
neck. 


A A Bridled hoi-se galloping r. ; all : 
SIS in incuse square. 

[PL TV. 12.] 



R 



26 



THBBSALT. 



No. 


Wt 


Metal 
Size. 


ObTone. 


ReTone. 








Similar type 1.; plants 
growing from ground. 


A A Q Horse galloping r., rein 
lASI^ flyiBg loose; all in in- 
cuse square. 


17 


92- 


MS 


in ex., TO. 
Same (Same die.) 


Bridled horse galloping r.; all in 
incuse square. 


18 


93-8 


JR'8 


in ex., TO. 


AA 
AJIS 


19 


93-8 


iR-8 


Youth 1. restraining bull, 
wears chlamys ; petasus 
below bull. 


AA ' [PL IV. 13.] 
PISAI 

AAPI Horse galloping r., rein 
I/IOI A flying loose, plant grow- 
ing from ground; all in incuse 


20 


93-7 


MS 




square. 


21 


93-7 


MS 


Horseman trotting L wear- 
ing petasus and chlamys; 
holds two spears. 


AH S A A Nymph Larissa seated 
r. on chair with back, r. hand 
raised, in L wreath ; all in incuse 
square. 


22 


22-7 


M'bb 


below, So. 
Horse trotting r. 


[PL IV. U.] 

A^l A A Nymph Larissa seated 
1. on hydria playing at ball ; all 
in incuse square. 


23 


131 


M'ib 


in field, g . 
Similar type. 


[PL rv. 15.] 

Nymph Larissa running L playing 
at ball ; all in incuse square. 


24 


12-6 


iR-45 


Youth r. restraining un- 
ruly bull by means of a 
band, wears chlamys, 
petasus flying hack" 
warda 


[PL IT. 16.] 

Bridled horse galloping r.; all in 
incuse square. 


25 


93- 


M'7b 




AAP I5A [PI.T. 1] 



LARISBA. 



27 



Ko. 


wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


Obvena. 


Reverse. 








Youth r. restraining un- 
ruly bull by means of a 
band, wears chlamys, 
petasus flying back- 
wards. 


Bridled horse galloping r. ; all in 
incuse square. 


26 


91-7 


iR-7 




AAP [type 1.] 
I]SAIA 


27 


92-5 


Msa 




AAPI rein flying loose. 
5AIA [PI. V. 2.] 


28 


94*2 


iR-76 




AAP 
ISA 


» 


102-5 


iR-75 




AAP 
ISAIA 


30 


92-5 


M76 




AAPI [PL V. 3.] 


31 


92-7 


M-8 


Typel. 


n 


32 


93-5 


iR-76 




„ below, clulx 


33 


94*3 


iR-76 


ft 


„ rein flying loose. 


34 


* 

93-8 


iR-8 


» 


AAP 
I^AI 


35 


95- 


M-8 


• 


AAPI „ 
^AIA 


36 


94-5 


M76 


SI 


AAPI^A type 1., rein flying loose. 
A 1 [PL V. 4.] 

1 


37 


92- 


M75 


n 

Horseman galloping r. 
wearing petamis and 
chlamys, holding two 
spears. 


AAPI i rein flying loose. 
lA 

AA P 1 Nymph Larissa seated r. 
on chair, holds in 1. hand, wreath ; 
all in incuse square. 


38 


18- 


M6 


beneath, O- 





THBSaALT. 



Wt. 




Obversa. 



Reverse. 



28- 
19-2 



M'5 



131 



iR-45 



Horseman 1. holding lance. 



Hoise trotting L 



15-8 



M'b 



Horse trotting r. 



above, O 
Similar. 



13-9 



iR-5 



14-2 



M'5 



U' 



iR-45 



14' 



/R-6 



91-7 I iR -76 



above, Oi . 

Bridled horse r. trotting. 



A APIS A Larissa seated r., r. hand 
raised behind head, holds in 1. 
mirror j all in incuse square. 

[PL V. 5.] 



Horse galloping r. 



above, spray of tree. 

Bound shield ; in the 
midst, horse's hoof r. 



AA Larissa 1. playing at ball; all 
ISA in incuse square. 



AAS i A Larissa L, r. hand 
raised, behind her, hydria ; all iu 
incuse s<^uare. 

[PI. V. 6.] 

A I Larissa r., both hands 
raised ; before her, liydria ; all in 
incuse square. 

[PI. V. 7.] 

A A Larissa r. stooping to fasten 
I S her sandal; before her, 

hydria ; aU in incuse square. 

[PI. V. 8.] 

AAPI Asklepius r. clad in hima- 
tion, feeding serpent from patera ; 
all in incuse square. 

[PL V. 9.] 

A Larissa running 1. playing at 
ball ; all in incuse square. 



B.C. 400-344. 



Head of nymph Larissa L, 
wearing sphendone and 
earring. 



AAPI Horse galloping r., rein 
SAIA flying loose; all in 

incuse square. 



LARISSA. 



29 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



48 



49 



50 



51 



94-8 
93-2 



92*8 



93-5 



iR-75 



iR-75 



iR-8 



JR'S 



52 



53 



54 



95-8 



Head of Larissa 1., hair 
rolled. 



Head of Larissa r., wear- 
ing sphendone. 



Same. (Same die.) 



Horse prancing r., rein flying loose. 



AAPISAI 

AAPI5A 
Ai 



[PI. V. 10.] 



typel. 



MS 



92-5 



88- 



55 



56 



67 



58 



19 



188-5 



89*3 
90-3 



93-8 



91-6 



iR-75 



iR-76 



ifl-95 



iR'76 



M'9 



iR-75 
jR-75 



AAEY Head of Aleuas 
/ three-quarter face to- 
/ wards 1. in ornamented 
conical helmet with 
cheek-pieces; to r., bi- 
peunis. 



Horseman galloping r. ; 
wears petasus and 
chlamys. 



Head of Larissa tliree- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
hair confined by fillet 
and floating loosely. 



AAP Horse galloping 1., rein flying 
SAI A loose ; all in incuse square. 



AAPl 5AI A Youth r. wearing 
petasus and chlamys, holding whip 
and the rein of a horse he is about 
to mount ; all in incuse square. 

[PI. V. 11.] 

AAPISAIA Eagle 1. looking back, 
EAAA standing on wing- 

. less thunderbolt. 



Similar type. 



[PI. V. 12.] 
AAPISAIXIN Bull galloping r. 



AAPl 5 
AIXIN 



[PI. V. 13.] 

Bridled horse trotting r. 



[PI. V. 14.] 



Horse feeding r., 1. forefoot raised. 
AAPl 



AAPI5 
AIXIN 



n 



)} 



[PI. TI. 1.] 



30 



THB88ALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



60 



61 



62 



63 
Si 



65 



66 



67 
68 



69 



70 



92-6 



93-7 



92' 



iR-75 



M'7 



JR7 



92*4 
92-8 



M'S 
M'75 



40-3 



iR-65 



33-7 



37- 
34-2 



JR'6 



iR-6 



iR-55 



ObTone. 



ReTerse. 



Head of Laiissa three- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
hair confined by fillet 
and floating loosely. 



Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
crowned with corn. 



no corn-wreath. 



Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards L 



Similar. 



Horse feeding r., 1. forefoot raised. 



AAPI5 
AIXIN 



)i 



below, plant growing. 
[PL VI. 2.] 



A]API5 beneath, Al . 

Mare walking r. ; beside her, foal 



17-7 
17-1 



iR'45 



71 



91-3 



iR-9 



Similar. 



Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards r. ; 
hair confined by fillet, 
and arranged ray-wise. 



AinN 

AAPI5 
[AAPI] 



[PL VI. 3.] 



AAPI Mare walking r. 
SAIXIN 

[PL VI. 4.] 

Horse feeding r., L forefoot raised. 

AAPI5 
AIXIN 



ff 



beneath, S . [PL vi. 6.] 



AAPI5 
MHIA 



»9 



IS 



AAP Horseman r. wearing pe- 
SAIXIN tasus and chlamys, 

horse prancing. 

[PL VI. 6.] 



Horse r. feeding. 



AAPI 
5]AinN [PL VI. 7.] 



LA RIBS A. 



31 



Xo. 


Wt 


MeUl. 

»ize. 


Obyerse. 


Reverse. 


72 


92- 


iR-7 


Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards r. ; 
hair confined by iillet, 
and arranged ray-wise. 


Horse r. feeding. 
AAPI5AIA [PI. VI. 8.] 


73 


93-8 


M'7 




If 


74 


88-3 


MS 




AAPI 


75 


93- 


JR'76 


head towards 1. 


AAPI5 


76 


89-7 


MS 


»> jf 


SAIXIN 
AAPI 








Simus, Tetrarch, b.o. 352-344. 


77 


93- 


iR-75 


Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards r. ; 
hair confined by fillet, 
and arranged ray-wise. 


AAPI Horse r. feeding, 
beneath, 51 MO . [PI. vi. 9.] 


78 


901 


iR-75 


above, SIMO. 


[PL VI. 10.] 








B.C. 400^344. 


79 




iE'85 


Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
hair confined by fillet, 
and floating loosely. 


AAPI i Bridled horse r. trotting. 

i/iniA 

beneath, ear of com. [PL vi. 11.] 


80 




M'9 




» ») 


81 




/FrS 




above, E ; beneath, ear of com. 


82 




M'S5 




beneath, quiver. 


83 




JE'7d 






84 




/R-75 


Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
crowned with corn. 


AAPIS Horseman r. wearing pe- 
MAIA tasus and chiton, hold- 
ing lance, horse prancing. 



32 



THESSALY. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObyerRO. 



Reverse. 



85 
86 



87 
88 



89 



90 



91 



92 



93 



94 



95 



96 



97 



.E-7 
JE'7 



iE-75 
JE'7 



M'Q5 



iE-65 



.^•65 



iE-55 



JE'6 



JE'56 



Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards 1. ; 
crowned with corn. 



A APIS Horseman r. wearing pe- 
^12 1 A tasus and chiton, hold- 

ing lance, horse prancing. 



Head of Larissa, three- 
quarter face towards 1. 



Head of Larissa r., hair 
rolled. 



Head of Larissa r.^ wear- 
ing sphendone. 



Head of Larissa 1., hair 
tied at the back. 



^•45 



iE-5 



M'5 



below, M . 



»i 



[PI. VI. 12.] 



SAII2N Horse feeding 1., foreleg 
A A PI raised. 



Horse feeding r., foreleg raised. 



SAIXIN 
AAPI 



}) 



[PL Ti. 13.] 



beloir, bucrauiuni. 



AAPI 
SAIAN 

AAPI$ 
AinN 

99 



type 1. 



)i 



A A PIS A I Horse feeding 1., fore- 
\A£l leg raised. 



Horse feeding r., foreleg raised. 



AAPIS [PI. TI. 14.] 
AIXIN 

AAPIS A 

inN 



» 



LARIS8A ORBXASTB. 



33 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 

Si2e. 



Obvene. 



Reverse, 



1 



iE-75 



iE-7 



LARISSA CREMASTE. 



B.C. 302-286. 



Hend of Achilles 1., hair AAPI Thetis 1., seated on hippo- 



thrown back. 



camp ; holds in 1. hand, shield in- 
scribed X • 

[PL VII. 1.] 



.^•55 



^•6 



^•5 



Head of Nym])h r., wear- _ AAPI Harpa ; all in wroath. 
ing spheudoue. 



head L hair rolled. 



» 



ii 



to L, Phrygian helmet 



[PI. VT. 15.] 



These coins (3—5) were probably struck at Larissa Cremaate, 
on the site of which city they are found ( Prokesch-Osteu, 
Inedita, 1854, s.v ), 



F 



S4 



THraSALT. 



i 
No. 


wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTene. 


Reverae. 








MAGNETES (DEMETRIAS). 








B.C. 196-146. 


1 


64*4 


ifl-75 


Head of Zeus r., laur. 
behind, H. 


MArNHTUN Artemis 1. hold- 
ind^ bow, and seated on forepart of 
galley. 

E 

in front, dolphin ; above, ¥- . 
[PI. VII. 2.] 


2 


60-6 

1 


i^l-75 




Ijelow, HrHJANA. [PI. VII. 3.] 


3 




i*:-9 


Head of Zeus r., laur. 


M ArNHTIlN Centaur r., r. arm 
advanced, holis with 1. branch 
over shoulder ; wears chlamys. 


4 




M -85 






5 




MS 




fTn»or MAfN HI 

[Inpcr.. ^^^ J 


6 




MS 




below, bee. 


7 




M'lty 


Head 1. 




8 




M'7 




„ owl. 


9 




MS 




» >♦ 


10 




M'75 




to r., „ [Bank Coll.] 


11 
12 




M'S5 
MS5 




to 1., plough ; below, |^ . 
[PI. VII. 4.] 


13 




M'65 


Head of Zeus r., diad. 


MAFNH Prowr. 


(U 




MS 


H»*ad of Artemid r., quiver 
at sliouldpT. 


MAP Prow r. 
to 1., dolphin. 



MiklilENSBB; 



S5 



Ko. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTorae. 



BoTene. 



2 



39-6 iR-6 



38-8 iR-65 



iE-56 



iE-55 



JE'6 



M'7 



MALIENSES (LAMIA) 



B.C. 400-344. 



Head of young Dionysus 
1., ivy-crowned. 



MAAIE UN Amphora. 



above, ivy-leaf ; to r., prochous. 
[PL VII. 5.J 



fy 



»9 



)» 



>} 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 



MAAIEXIN Herakles naked, shoot- 
ing arrow to r. ; in front, bird fly- 
ing ; to r., quiver on the ground. 

[PI. vu. 6.] 



MELIBOEA (on the gulf). 



B.C. 400-344. 



Head of Nymph three- 
quarter face towards 1., 
hair floating loosely. 



MEAIBOE Two bunches of 

grapes, and two leaves, all on one 
stalk. 

[PI. XXXI. 4.] 



36 



THBS8ALY. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Shee. 


• 

Obverse. 


Reverse. 








METKOPOLIS (in Thefwnliotis). 








B.C. 400-344. 








Male bead facing, with 
mane-like hair and 


MHTPO Aphrodite Castnia* seated 
1. on rock, un4er a tree ; she is 








short beard. (River- 


clad in chiton and himation, and 








God ?). 


holds thrysus boimd with fillet. 


1 


13-6 


iR-45 


Female head facing, but 
slightly turned towards 
L, crowned with oomf 


fPl. VII. 7.] 

MHTPoro AITON ApoUo 
Musegetes walking r. and playing 
lyre. 


2 


18-6 


iR-5 




[PI. VII. 8.] 








(Possibly struck at another Metropolis). 








RO. 300-190, 








Head of Apollo r., laur. 


M]H TPonoAITnN Fore-part 
of bull 1., looking round. 


3 




JS-75 


• 

Similar. 


below, i . [PL XXXI. 5.] 

MHTPonoAIT[nN Aphrodite 
Castnia standing 1., clad in chiton, 
and with himation wrapped round 
waist; holds in her r. hand a 
dove ; before her, Eros L 


4 




iE-75 




in field L, ± . [PL xxxi. 6.] 








* Leake, Northern Greece, U, 507, 







OBTA. 



37 



Xo. 



2 



8 



10 



11 



wt. 



MeUL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



37-3 


iR-6 


37-3 


A -65 


12-5 


yR-45 


11-7 


iR-45 




M-6 




M-65 




M-6 


34-2 


iR-66 


35-8 


iR-6 




M'5 




£•65 







OETA. A^ ^V -^^^^ 
B.a 400-344. 



Head of lion L ; in mouth, 
spear-head. 



Head of lion 1. ; in mouth, 
spear-head. 



Head of lion 1. ; in month, 
spear-head. 



Similar. 



MIIA TlO Herakles miked facing, 
croivned with ivy ; holds club in 
both hands. 

[PL VII. 9.] 



OlTA Quiver with strap, and 
strung bow. 

[PI. VII. 10.] 



OIT Knife and hunting-spear. 
AUN 

[PI. VII. 11.] 



OIT Hunting-spear between knife 
and sheath. 



ac. 196-146. 



Head of lion 1.; in mouth, 
spear-head* 



Head of lion 1. ; in mouth, 
spear-head. 



OlTAi Herakles naked facing, 
AN crowned with ivy ; holds 
club in both hancb. 

[PL VII. 12.] 

[PL VII. 13.] 

OlTAI Knife and hunting-spear. 

nN 



Actolian types. 



Young male head r., laur. 



OlTAI Spear-head and jaw-bone 
AN of boar. 

to I., bunch of grapes ; in the midst, 
jf^ . [PL vii. 14.] 



38 



TUE8SALT. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal 
Sizd. 



ObTone. 



Revene. 



2 
3 



5 



6 
7 

8 



21-7 



iR-55 



PELINNA. 
B.O. 450-400. 



Horseman 1., wearing 
chlamys and with pe- 
tasus hanging from 
neck ; holds two lances ; 
horse galloping. 



84-6 ifl-85 
80-3 M -8 



85' 



iR-7 



HE AAI Warrior 1. wearing pe- 
tasus and chiton, holds spear in r., 
anotlier spear and shield in L ; all 
in incuse square. 



[PL VIII. 1.] 



B.C. 400-344. 



Horseman L, wearing pe- 
tasus and chlamys, holds 
• lance ; horse prancing. 



Horseman r., as above. 



iE-6 



Horseman r., striking with 
lance at prostrate foe, 
who defends himself 
with shield. 



Warrior retreating L ; holds in r. 
spear, in 1. shield, sword slung 
round waist ; all in incuse square. 

PEAIMMA in incuse letters. 

[PI. vm. 2.] 
Inscr. obscure. 



NNA Warrior charging L 



[PL vm. 3.] 



PEAIN NAE Warrior charg- 
ing L, holding shield adorned with 
star, sword slung round waist. 

[PL VIII. 4.] 



B.C. 300-190. 



Head of a Queen r.^ veiled. 



iE-8 
JE-7 
JE'75 



PEAIN NAIAN Horseman charg- 
ing r. with spear couched. 

below, \f/\ . [PL VIII. 5.] 

[PL viiL 6,] 



PERRHABBf. 



39 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTene. 


Reverse. 

• 








/vv. j^/r-:'^ 








PERRHAEBI. (OLOOSSON). 








B.C. 480-400. 


1 


43-7 


M'6 


Youth r. restraining fore- 
part of unruly bull, by 
means of a band pa8so<l 
round his horns ; wears 
chlamys, and petasus 
hangs from neck. 

Horseman 1. did in pe- 
tasus and chlamys; holds 
two spears. 


r E Forepart of bridled horse r. 
A H galloping ; all in incuse 
square. 

[PI. Tin. 7.] 

Pallas seated 1. on chair with back, 
clad in long chiton and himation ; 
holds helmet ; all in incuse square. 


2 


15-4 


Ai'65 


beneath horse, altar. 


q 3 n 


3 


22-2 


M'Q 


Horse gJilloping 1., rein 
hanging loose. 


Aq3[n [PI. vni. 8.] 

Pallas armed chai^ng r., holds spear 
and shield ; all in incuse square. 


4 


114 


A -55 




r E 

A S 


5 


12-7 


i^l-5 




r E [PL TfiT. 9.] 

A q 


6 


11- 


M'5 


countermark cd twice, /( . 


P A 


7 


12-4 


i^l-5 


Horse 1. trotting. 


Nvmph running 1. striking nt ball 
with r. ; all in incuse square. 


8 


11-3 


Mb 




q [PI. Till. 10. Bank Coll.] 


9 


12'4 


Mb 


typo r. ' r type r. [Bank C«»ll ] 

1 








Forepart of bull r. running; 
all in wreath. 


q 3 n Head of hridlid horse r. ; 
all in incuse square. 


10 


14-4 


M'i 




[PI. viTT. 11. Pxmk Coll.] 



40 



THS8SALT. 



No. 



Wt 



1 



2 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



ReTorse. 



PHACIUM. 



B.0 300-190. 



JE'S 



M*S 



He;id of Nymph r., wear- 
ing wreath of corn and 



earring. 



♦AKIA^TilN Horseman r., clarl 
in chlaniya, r. hand raised, horse 



trolling. 



[PI. XXXI. 7.] 



PHALANNA. 



43 



No. 


Wt. 


Motal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








PHALANNA. 








B.C. 400-344. 


1 






Young male head r. with 
short hair (Ares 1). 


♦AAANNAIHN Bridled horse 
r. trotting. 


1 


84-2 


iR-8 




[PI. VIII. 12.] 


2 


36- 


JR'6 


1 [PI. Tin. 13.] 


3 


16-7 


ifl-4 


[PI. VIII. 14.] 
B.C. 300-190. 








Young male head r., hair 
short. 


♦AAANNAIilN Head of Nymph 
r., wearing net. 


4 




jE-75 




[PI. VIII. 15.] 

1 


5 




M-7 




1 

[PL viir. 16.] 1 


6 




iE-75 




1 
] 


7 




^•8 






8 




iE'75 


hehind, p . 


[Bank Coll.] 


9 




M'8 


>» II 


behind, i^ . 


10 




iE-75 


„ 0. 


I 


11 

1 

1 


1 


iE-75 


typo 1. 


1 
1 



40 



THESSALY. 



No. 



2 



8 



9 



wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse, 



ReTerso. 



42-5 



PHARCADON. 



B.C. 480-400. 



^•65 



39-5 iR-65 



43-8 



40-4 



11-8 



11 



JR-e 



M'66 



JR'5 



JR'5 



Youth r. wearing chlamys, 
and with petasus hung 
from neck, restraining 
forepart of unruly bull 
by means of a band. 



Forepart of horse r. galloping; in 
incuse square. 



♦ A P KAA o 



[PL TX. 1.] 



}» 



»> 



Horse walking r. 



Horse prancing r. 



12-7 M'i5 



11-2 



M'5 



Horse walking r. 



^ A 



[PL IX. 2. Bank Coll.] 



ji 



^ A PKAAOHIOH Pallas armed 
standing L, leaning on spear ; be- 
hind her, shield ; in incuse square. 

shield leans against tree. [PL ix. 3.] 



4>AP K A Pallas armed standing 
r., spear over shoulder, shield 
resting against her; in incuse 
square, 

[PL IX. 4. Bank Coll.] 

♦[A]P K[AA]0 Similar. 



I 



JF. -65 



Horse r. feeding. 



B.O. 400-344. 



♦APKA Crescent, inverted ; bc- 
AONIflN neath, star of eight 

points. 

[PL rx. 5. Bank Coll.] 



PHAR8ALUS. 



43 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



ReTorse. 



2 



45-3 



45-5 



45-5 



14-6 



15-2 



M'65 



iR-65 



M'Q 



Mi 



iR-45 



PHARSALUS. 



B.C. 480-400. 



Hoad of Pallas r. wearing 
close-iitting crested hel- 
met. 

serpents on helmet. 



Horse's head r. ; in incuse square. 



♦ AR 



» 



[PI. IX. 6.] 



[PI. IX. 7.] 



♦ AP 



serpents on helmet. 



♦ A P 



»} 



[PL IX. 8.] 



B.C. 400-344. 



8 



9 



10 



99-5 



88-5 



897 



92-2 



92-2 



M'75 



M'76 



M'S 



JR'76 



M'75 



Head of Pallas r. wearing 
close-fitting crested hel- 
met. 

TH 

behind, IP . 



» 



TH 



,. n 



>) 



TH. Scylla on 
I helmet. 



>> » 



>> 



Horseman r. wearing petasus, chiton, 
and chlamys, holding whip over 
shoulder, horse prancing, 

P i 

A ♦ in ex., OTI/IA4>3A3T. 

[PL IX. 9.]- 

^ A below, TH . 



}) 



4> A 



type 1. 



^ A horseman strikes with whip. 
$ S [PL IX. 10.] 



44 



TUE8SALY. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


11 


451 


M'6 


Head of Pallas r. wearing 
close-fittiDg crested hel- 
met. 

T 
behind, IP. 


Horse's head r. 

♦ A P 5 [PL IX. 11.] 


12 


30-8 

plated. 


MO 


,. T. 

n 


♦ A 


13 


46- 


ifl-65 


,, T. 

e 


99 


14 


46-3 


iR-55 


Similar type 1. 


[PI IX. 12.] 
Similar. 


15 


43-3 


iR-65 


behind, A . Scylla on 

helmet. 


♦ A P 5A 


16 


37- 


M'6 


Head of Pallas three- 
quarter face towards 1., 
wearing helmet with 
three crests. 


♦A 

^AP AS (sic) Horseman r., wear- 
ing helmet, cuirass, and chlamys, 
striking with whip. 


17 


18- 


M'5 


Head of Pallas 1. in close- 
iitting crested helmet, 
adorned with Scylla. 


[PI. IX. 13.] 
^A PSA Horse's head r. 


18 


12-3 


M 5 


Head of Pallas 1. in crested 
helmet, adorned with 
Scylla, who strikes with 
rudder. 


[PI. IX 14.] 
Horseman r. striking with whip. 


19 




JE'7 




♦ A [PL DC. 16.] 
5 P 


20 




JE'bb 




q $ [PI. IX. 16.] 

♦ A 



PIIAliSALUS. 



45 




21 



22 



23 



24 



25 



26 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



^•85 



JE -85 



JE'db 



B.a 300-190, 



Head of Pallas three- 
quarter face towards I., 
wearing helmet with 
three crests; on either 
side, spear and shield. 



iE-85 



iE-8 



iE-75 



Similar. 



shield and spear wanting. 



Horseman r. clad in helmet and 
cuirass, striking at enemy with 
whip ; behind him, a foot-soldier 
holding whip over shoulder. 



4> A 
P5A 

♦] A 
P 



[PL IX. 17.] 



♦AJPiAAinN 



Horseman r. striking with whip. 



♦A P 
AS 

♦A P 
♦A P 



[PI. IX. 18.] 



46 



THESSALT. 



No. 



1 



2 



8 



10 



11 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



PHERAE. 
B.C. 480-450. 



88-1 



85- 



43-2 



^•85 



M'S 



Youth r. restraining bull 
by band passed round 
his homs, petasus slung 
from neck. 

above, <| AT ? 



JR'6 



Youth 1. restraining fore- 
part of bull. 



Horse with rein flying loose galloping 
r. ; behind him, lion's head foun- 
tain, which pours a jet of water 
on his back ; all in incuse square. 



® E R 
I A 



[PI. X. 1.] 



♦ E R I typel. [PI. x. 2.] 

<^E R A Forepart of horse gallop- 
ing r., rein flying loose ; all in 
incuse square. 



[PI. X. 3.] 



87-1 


1 
M'7 


43-6 


M'56 


45- 


M'bb 


42-4 


M'55 


43-7 


M'6 


45-3 


JR'Q 


14- 


iR-35 


16-4 


A -35 



B.O. 450-400. 



Forepart of horse 1. 



Grain of wheat in husk, or bud\)r 
hellebore ; in incuse square. 



♦ E 



[PI. X. 4.] 



Forepart of horse issuing 
r. from rocks. 



HoiBc's head 1. bridled. 



®E TA 

Similar. 

®E TA 



» 



» 



AT 34> 
4>E OA 

Similar. 
® E 



[PI. X. 5.] 
[PI. X. 6.] 



[PI. X. 7.] 



Uorse^s head r. 



<^E OA Club, in incuse square. 



PHERAE. 



47 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal, 
iiize. 



ObYerae. 



Reyerse. 



U2 



13 



.^•65 



Head of Hecate r. wearing 
myrtle- wreath ; in front, 
torch. 



Lion's head r. 



14 



15 
16 



17 



18 
19 



iE-55 



183-1 



92-7 



85-6 



89-4 



M'9 



M'7 



JR'76 



M'7 



M -55 



<^EPAlON Lion*s head fountain 
T.y water issuing from the mouth ; 
below, fish. 

[PL X. 9.] 



^ E PA ION Hecate seated side- 
ways on horse trotting 1. ; holds 
torch in each hand. 



[PL X. 10.] 



Alexander, Tyrant. 



B.O. 369-357. 



Head of Hecate (Brimo) 
three-quarter face to- 
wards r., wearing myr- 
tle-wreath, earring, and 
necklace ; also her hand 
holding torch. 



Head of Hecate r., hair 
rolled ; in front, hand 
holding torch. 



Head of Hecate r. wearing 
myrtle- wreath; beneath, 
engraver's name, 
EN NO[|] Oi . 



Forepart of bull running 



r. 



A A EEAN[A]PO Y Warrior r. 
on horseback, charging with lance 
couched, wears petasus and cuirass ; 
on flank of horse, a bipennis. 



beneath, bipennis. [PL x. 11.] 



Lion's head r. 



AAEZA/V 



[PL X. 12.] 



A>VAP0Y 



AAEZ Lion's head r. 



[PL X. 13.] 



AAEEAN Forepart of horse r. 
APOY galloping. 

[PL X. 14.] 



48 



THESHALY. 



No. 



Wt. 



20 



21 



22 



23 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



B.C. 302-286. 



37-6 



34-6 



M'6 



iR-55 



^•85 



JE'd 



39-2 



iR-6 



Head of Hecate 1. wearing 
myrtle- wreath ; behind, 
torch. 



♦EPAIOYN Nymph Hypereia 1., 
clad in chiton and himation, 
placing her hand on lion's head 
fountsmi. 

to 1., AS within a wreath. 

TO 



91 >» 



[PI. X. 15.] 



B.C. 300-190. 



Head of Hecate three- 
quarter face towards 1., 
wearing myrtle- wreath ; 
also her hand holding 
torch. 



<>EPAmN Hecate holding torch, 
seated sideways on horse galloping 
r. ; to 1., lion's head fountain. 



[PI. X. 16.] 



PHTHIOTIS. 



B.O. 302-286. 



Head of Artemis or nymph 
1. ; hair tied above. 



AXAIIIN Pallas charging r., hold- 
ing spear and shield. 

[PL X. 17.] 



SOOTUSSA. 



49 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reyerse. 








^c^^/^ 








SC0TUS8A. 








B.O. 480-400. 








Forepart of horse r. gallop- 
ing. 


2K O Grain of whgftt or bud of 
hellebore ; in incuse square. 


1 


43-5 


M'6 




[PL XI. 1.] 








B.a 400-367. 








Head of bearded Uerakles 
r, in lion*s skin. 


$ KO Forepart of horse r, raising 
his 1. forefoot. 


2 


42-6 


iR-65 


Head of young Herakles 
r. in lion's skin. 


[PI. XL 2.] 

2 K O Forepart of horse 1. raising 
his r. forefoot. 


3 




/Frb5 












B.C. 300-190. 








Head of bearded Herakles 
r. in lion's skin. 


5KOTOY[5 Club. 

sAinN 


4 




M'Sb 


Head of Ares r. in close- 
fitting helmet with 
plume. 


[PI. XXXI. 8.] 
iKOTOYi Horse r. prancing. 

SAinN 


5 




JE'76 




[PL XXXI. 9.] 


1 

1 


• 









1 



50 



THEBSALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



377 



iR-6 



2 



iE-55 



7 ; '.-^^^''^ 



THEBAE (PHTHIOTIDES). 



B.O. 302-286. 



Head of Demeter r. yeiled, 
crowned with com. 



Head of Demeter r^ 
crowned with com, hair 
rolled. 



OHBAIUM Proteailaus r. armed, 
holding sword and shield, leaping 
ashore amid waves from the prow 
of a galley, the acrostolium of 
which is bound with a tillet. 

[PL xr. 3.] 



OHBA IHN Protesilaiis as above. 



between legs, X • [PL n. 4.] 



I 



TRIOOA. 



61 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyene. 


Beyene. 








TRICCA. 








ao. 480-400. 








Youth r. wearing chlamys, 
and with petasus hang- 
ing from his neck, res- 


Forepart of bridled horse r. gallop- 
ing ; all in incuse square. 


1 


45- 


iR-66 


training with a band 
the forepart of an unruly 
bulL 


TP IKK [PL XI. 5,] 
V10IA 


2 


41-6 


A -65 




T PIK 
/VOIA 


3 


44-3 


M'7 




oiA >i >i iqr 


4 


37- 


iR-65 




\AO|A >l >liqT 


5 


41-2 


M'7 




I/IOI A>l >iiqT 


6 


45- 


A -7 




TPI K K AIOH [PI. XI. 6.] 


7 


41-2 


iR-65 




>iiq T 

A 


8 


45-2 


iR-65 




T P 1 K [PI. XI. 7.] 


9 


40-6 


iR-65 


Free horse 1. prancing. 


TP IK KA 

TPI KA Pallas 1. clad in chiton 
with diplois; holds in 1. spear, 
nnd with r. patera over altar ; all 
in incuse square. 


10 


13-6 


JR'ib 


Similar. 


[PI. XI. 8.] 

KA Pallas running 1.; holds 
>l 1 VT spear and shield ; all in 
incuse square. 


11 


12-8 


iR-5 


beneath, V3 . 


[PI. XI. 9.] 



52 



THESSiLT. 



No. 


Wt. 

• 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reverse. 








Free horse 1. prancing. 


TPIKKA The Nymph Tricca r., 
clad in chiton and himation, open- 
ing a cista. 


12 


13-5 


iTl-45 


Free horse r. trotting. 


[PL xr.. 10.] 

TPIKKAI ON Tricca facing, head 
1., playing with ball. 


13 


11-7 


A -45 




[PL XI. 11.] 








B.C. 400-344. 








Youth r. restraining fore- 
part of bull. 


TP IKK Al flN Forepart of 
free horse r. galloping; all in 
incuse square. 


14 


40-6 


M7 




[PI. XI. 12.] 


15 


40- 


iR-65 


Head of Nymph Tricca r., 
hair rolled. 


TPI KKA Warrior (Podaleirius or 
Machaon?) advancing r. armed 
with helmet, sword, and shield. 


16 




;R-65 


B. 

Head of Tricca r. 


c. 300-190. 

TPIKKAI AN Asclepius, naked 
to waist^ seated r. on stool; he 
feeds a serpent with a bird which 
he holds in his r. hand. 


17 




;r-8 




[PL XI. 13.] 







PEPARBTHUS. 



53 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size, 



Obverae. 



Reverse. 



1 
2 



8 



9 






iE-55 
iE-55 



JE'5 



iE-65 



ISLANDS OF THESSALY, 



PEPARETHUS, 



B.O. 400-200. 



Head of bearded Dionysus 
r. crowned with ivy. 



Head of young Dionysus 
r. crowned with ivy. 



n E Kantharos wreathed with 
vine-branch. 

[PI. XL 14.] 



P E Amphora wreathed with vine- 
P A branch. 



iE-65 



JE-6 



M6 



M 45 



B.O. 200-1. 



Head of young Dionysus 
r. crowned with ivy. 



Head of Demeter r. veiled. 



iE-75 



Bust of young Dionysus 
r. crowned with ivy. 



Amphora. 

P E 
P A 

P E 
P A 
P H 



[PI. XI. 15.] 



n E Thyrsus united to the cross- 
n A pieces of a torch. 

[Bank ColL PI. xi, 16.] 



n€nAPH[0i]ajN 

beside it, pahn. 



Kantharos ; 



54 



THBB8ALT. 



No. 



Wt. 



2 



Metal. 
Size. 



iE-65 



M'b 



M'ib 



iE-5 



M'bb 



Obyerse. 



BoYerse. 



SCIATHUS. 



B.O. 400-200. 



Head of Hermes r. bound 
with taenia. 



[no taenia.] 



type L 



Goigon-head, facing. 



SKI Caduceus. 
AOI 

to r., tripod. 

[Bank CoU. PL xi. 17.] 



>9 >} 



[PI. XI. 18.] 



„ bunch of grapes. 



to 1., trophy. 



ZK Caduceus. 



[PL xr. 19.] 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reverse. 








AMANTIA. 








B.C. 230-168. 








Head of Dodonaean Zeus 
r., wearing oak- wreath. 


AM AN Thunderbolt; all in oak- 
TflN wreath. 


1 




^•8 


to L, eoi . 


below, HE. [PI. XXXI. 10.] 


2 




iE-75 


Heads of Zeus and Dione 
r., the former wearing 
oak-wreath. 


AM AN Coiled serpent ; all in oak- 
TUN wreath. 


3 




iE-7 


to 1., uncertain letter. 


[PI. XXXI. 11.] 







66 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



1 



157-5 



JR'S 



JE'b 



8 



491 



45-7 



46-9 



48- 



54-2 



51 



52-2 



M'75 



M'7 



M'75 



ifl-65 



M'7 



M'7 



M'7 



APOLLONIA, 
First half of fourth century b.c. 



Cow r., suckling calf 1. 



Lyre of seven strings. 



A r Double floral pat- 
tern, within square (so- 
called Gardens of Alci- 
noiis). 

[PL XII. 1.] 

APOA ObeUsk. 
AUNO^ 

[PI. XII. 2.] 



Second half of fourth century B.C. 

For coins of Corinthian standard and types, and with legends 
APOA , A, see Colonies of Corinth. 



B.C. 229-100, 



Cow, suckling calf. 



Typo 1. ; above, ♦ KAAAHN ; be- 
low, A . 



}i 



above, APIZTflN . 



„ NIKANAPOZ; 

below, fi^ . 



>> 



Type r. ; above, N I KA 

zinN 



1 . 

Caducous. 



NIKflN;. below, 



Type r. ; above, AAM APXOZ . 

Crescent and Star 

„ 1. ; „ APISTHN ; be- 

low, Caduceus. 



AnOA Double floral 
pattern within square. 

A TH NOi 

[PI. XII. 3.] 

Al NE A 



AN ARIZ KOY 



AjnTOI A TOY sic. 



API $Tin noY 



API CToKA€ OC 

[PI. XIII. 4.] 

API ZTO NOi 



APOLLONIA. 



57 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Berena. 








Cow, suckling 


calf. 


AnoA Double floral 
pattern within square. 


10 


46-4 


.^•05 


Type r. ; 


above, H PA . 


AP XH NO? 


11 


38-2 


iR-65 


Type 1. ; 


99 


NIKHN. 


AYTO BOY AOY 


12 


43- 


iR-8 




99 


>» 


» 


13 


50-2 


A -75 




» 


ZIMIAZ; below, 

AE. 


)l 


14 


50-5 


M'6b 




>l 


TIMHN; „ 


AAMO ♦ftN To[5 


15 


60-5 


Al'7 




» 


AHAZ. 


Eni KA AOY 


16 


48-2 


M7 




» 

)) 


)) 


>» 


17 


50- 


iR-7 




)) 


♦AAAKPOZ; be- 
low, fly. 


Sft HY POY 


18 


48- 


M'7 


Type r. ; 


>1 


znzoz. 


0EO AH POY 


19 


50-9 


ill -7 


Type 1. ; 


99 


ANAPIAN . 


OE o*| AOY 


20 


43-2 


M'75 


99 


»> 


TEAE 
ZAPXOZ 


inno AA MOY 


21 


48-5 


if? -75 


)> 


ff 


4>IAIZTinN . 


KEP Kl NOY 


22 


43-8 


M'6b 


Type r. ; 


» 


znzoz. 


KAE OMA XOY 


23 


51-9 


M'7 


Type 1. ; 


J> 


MAAPKOZ; be- 

low, 1^ . 


AY ZA NIA 


24 


48-5 


M'7 


)f 


„ APIZTON; be- 
low, fi( . [Bank ColL] 


AY] ZH NOZ 



58 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Ketal. 
Size. 






Obyerse. 


BeTerae. 








Cow, sue 


kling 


calf. 

1 


AnoA Double floral 
pattern within square. 


26 


53- 


iR-75 


Type r. ; 


above, AONAZ. 


MO ZX OY 


26 


48-2 


iR-7 


. 9« 


♦9 


99 


99 


27 


41-5 


iR-65 


l> 


99 


♦iahtaz. 


NE [ ] NOZ 


28 


46*8 


JR'7 


» 


99 


HPA. 


Nl Kl A 


29 


49-6 


iR-75 


TypeL; 


99 


KAAAI ; below, 
ZTPATOZ 

barleycorn. 


99 


30 


52- 


iR-75 


>) 


99 


AYZANIAZ; be- 
low, grapes. 


NIKO TEAE OZ 


31 


31-2 


JR'7 


»> 


99 


znzi 

KPATHZ 


Nl Kn NOZ 


32 


48- 


M'76 


19 


99 


ZflTEAHZ; be- 
low, prow. 


ZENO 4>AN TOY 


33 


48-5 


M'7 


>» 


99 


» » 


99 


34 


53-9 


iR-75 


9> 


9> 


MOZXIAOZ; be. 

low, star. 


HAP MH NOZ 


35 


54-5 


M'7 


Type r. ; 


99 


ZflTI. 


HAP A^ENI 5KOY 


36 


49-7 


M'7 


>i 


99 


AONAZ . 


nop Tl NOY 


37 


55- 


JRUb 


Type 1. ; 


99 


♦1. 


TI/V^O KPA TEO? 


38 


52- 


iR-75 


99 


99 


niAAAZ'^'"'"'^- 


♦lAI 5TII2 N05 


39 


51-8 


M'7 


99 


99 


ZENOKAHZ . 


XAI PH NOZ 


40 


40- 


M'76 


» 


99 


torch, APIZTHN; 

below, wreath. 


i'YA A OY 



APOLLONIil. 



59 



No. 


wt 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Cow 1., suckling calf. 


Ano A Fire and pedum 
within square. 


41 


50-5 


ifl-65 


above, AIBATIOS; below, ear of 

corn. 


XAI PH NOi 

[PI. XII. 5.] 


42 


45-2 


M'8 


» )i If f> 
Forepart of cow standing r. 


AnoA Double floral 
pattern within square. 


43 


22-5 


JR'5 


above, EK. 
Fire. 

• 


A TEOZ 

[PL XII. 6.] 

AnoAAil Pedum. 
NIATAN 


44 


23-5 


Mb 


Al 

NEA 


[PL XII, 7.] 


45 


22-4 


M'b 


» 




46 




JE'S5 


Head of Artemis 1., wearing stephane 
and earring. 

to r., ♦ . 


A no A An Tripod-lebes; 
NIATAN all in laurel- 
wreath. 

[PL xn. 8.] 


47 




iE-8 


Typer. 

Bust of Demeter r., veiled. 


Similar. 


48 




^•9 


to 1., cock r. ; below, "£. 
Head of Apollo r., laur. 


Obelisk; all in laurel- 
wreath. 


49 




iE'65 




Ano AAil [PL xiL 9.] 
NIA TAN 


50 




M'6 


to L, BE • 


tl 


51 




iE-65 


Type 1, 


n 


52 




iE-7 




An OA 

An f4i 

AT AN 


53 




.E-6 




}> 



60 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 


Wt 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerse. 


ReTone. 


54 




M 1C5 


Head of Artemis I., wearing steixhane, 
bow and quiver beside neck. 

^ !•> Rl tSr J ^elow, J JJ ; to r„ 

oNo[ 


APIOAAn Tripod-lebes; 
NIATAN all in laurel- 
wreath. 


55 




^1-, 


„ ?; to r., ONOMOKAHZ . 




56 




iE105 


below, ZE; to r., TfS XAIPHN . 


[PL XII. 10.] 


57 




£1-15 


n if »i 19 M 




58 




M'9 


Head of young Dionysus, 1, ivy- 
crowned. 

to L, BE ; to r., ZE Tf, , 


AFIOAAQ Comucopiae 
NIATAN bound with 
fiUet. 

[Pi. XII. 11.] 


59 




/Fr2 


>i >i >» n 




60 




iE-8 


Head of Apollo 1., laur. 
to r., BE ^ ; below, ZE , 


AnOAAn Obelisk; aU 
NIATAN in laurel- 
wreath. 

[PI. :^ii. 12.] 


61 




JE'9 


RO. 100— ^Ugl 

Head of Apollo L, laur. 


istus, 

A n O A Three 
nymphs, hand in hand, 
the outer ones holding 
torches ; between them, 
afire. 


62 


57-9 


iR-85 


toi.,ArftNinnoY. 


• 

in ex., AINOKPATHZ 
EPIMNAZ 
TOY 


63 


62-7 


iR-8 


99 99 


99 99 


64 


55-3 


ifl-8 


BinNOZ. 


MNAZHN 


66 


61- 


ifl-75 


„ AEINOKPATEOZ . 


„ APIZTAPXOZ 

inno 



APOLLONIA. 



61 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Rererse. 








Head of Apollo 1., laur. 


A n O A Three 
nymphs, hand in hand, 
the outer onea holding 
torches ; hetween them, 
a fire. 


66 


57- 


iR-8 


tol., AnPIANOZ. 


in ex., ANAPOMA 
XOZ 


67 


59-5 


iR-8 


99 «> 


AEINAN 


68 


59-8 


ifl-85 


it 99 


OINIAZ 


69 


61-3 


ifl-8 


AYL£IN . 


„ AIONYZO 

Anpoz 

[Pi. III. 13.] 


70 


58-7 


iR'8 


„ ♦IAOAAMO[Y. 

Head of Apollo r., hair bound with 
taenia. 


„ APIITAPXOZ 

1SI 

A n O A Three 
nymphs, hand in hand, 
one bearing a torch; 
between them, a fire. 


71 


56-9 


ifl-8 


tor.,4>IAnN ^. 


in ex., BIAN 

[PI. XII. 14,] 


72 


60-5 


iR-85 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing crested 
Corinthian helmet. 


,. ♦ONAA 
• NIOZ 

AnoAAH ObeUsk. 
NIATAN 


73 


29- 


iR-65 


tol.,ANAPnNOZ. 


MHN 


74 


29-3 


M'6 


Head of Apollo, 1. laur. 


„ [PI. XII. 16.] 

AnoAAA Obelisk; all 
NIATAN in laurel- 
wreath. 


75 




M'S6 


toL, AYZilN H' 




76 




JE'S 


n » n 


[PL xin. 1.] 



62 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



ReYonte. 



77 
78 
79 



80 
81 
82 



83 



84 



85 



.E-86 



iE'8 
iE-8 



iE-7 
iE-65 



iE-65 



Head of Apollo 1., laur. 



to 1., PI and mon, ; to r., ^ )^. 



AnoAAA Obelisk; all 
N I ATAN in laurel- 
wreath. 

O E 



» >» 



»> 19 



l> 



M 



n 



» 



}> 



>) 



» 



Head of Apollo 1., laur. 

to 1., MOZXOY ; to r., ZENO* . 



iE-55 



}} 



>9 



>t 



»> 



„ EYHOAE 



AnoAAn Lyre. 
N I ATAN 



[PI, XIII. 2,] 



» 



» 



Head of Pallas r., in crested Corin- 
thian helmet. 

behind, A . 



AnoAAn 

N I ATAN 



Thunder- 
bolt. 



[PI. XIII. 3.] 



^1*05 



iEM 



Imperial Coins. 



Nero. 

N€PU)NI AnoAAOJNI 

KTICTH Nero as Apollo r., 
clad in long chiton and clilaniys } 
playing on lyre. 



Similar. 



NEPA Nike standing 
NOS 1. ; holds in r. 

hand, wreath. 



NCPLWNI AHM]oC 
10) nATPWNI €A 
AAAOC Female 

figure facing (Libertas) 
looking r., clad in chiton 
and himation ; holds in 
r. hand cap, in 1. pateral 

[PI. XIII. 4.] 



APOLLONIA. 



63 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



86 



87 



88 



89 



90 



91 



JEV3 



iEl-3 



AYTOKPA KOM 

MOAO) Bust of 

Commodus r., laur. 



Coinznodus. 

A n O A Three njnmphs, hand 
A I MA A in hand, one holds 

torch and one wreath. 



[PI. ini. 6.] 



A K A C€n C€YH 
POC nCP C€BA 

Bust of Severus r., laur. 



Septimius Severus. 

AnoAAW NIATAN 

naked r ; holds bow. 



M 1-25 



/E 1-2 



iEl-3 



^1*36 



AKAC€n[ CCJBAC 

CTOC (sic) Bust 

of Severus 1,, laur., 

shoulders bare; holds 
spear. 



Apollo 



[PI. xm. 6.] 



AnoAAOJNI Hades seated 1. on 
ATAN throne; at his feet 

Kerberos ; in front, female figure 
facing, holding in r. sceptre, and 
in L infant ; behind, smaller male 
figure. 



[PL XIII. 7.] 



Julia Domna. 



|OYAIAAoMNAC€B 

Bust of Domna r. 



AROAAWNI Temple with four 
ATAN columns at sides ; 

within it stands Herakles facing, 
holding club and lion's skin ; in 
front, altar; above which eagle 
(standard). 



[PI. XIII. 8.] 



Geta, 



AYKnC€nT r€TAC 

C€B Bust of Geta r., 
laur. 



AYTonoc nr€ 

TAC Similar bust. 

(Two counteimarks, B , 
and another). 



AnoA AW NIATAN Artemis 
facing, looks r., clad in short 
chiton and buskins; holds in r. 
hunting-spear. 



AFIOA AflNIATAN Fortuna 
1. ; holds rudder and cornucopiao. 



64 



ILLYRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



ReTorse. 



BYLLIS. 
B.C. 230-168. 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



1 



M-e 



iE-55 



JE'b 



JE'5 



BYA AlO Cornucopiae, around 
N UN which twines ser- 

pent ; all in oak- wreath. 



Young male head r., hel- 
ineted (Achilles or Alex- 
ander). 



behind, (ST- 



»' i» 



BYA 
AIS 



[PL XXXI. 12.] 



Eagle r. on thunderbolt. 



[PI. xiii. 9,] 



DTRRHACHIUM. 



6£ 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Ob^ene. 



Revene. 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



167-5 



171-4 



168-5 



163-8 



165-7 



166-8 



151-2 



161-5 



168- 



168- 



163-3 



170- 



DYERHACHIUM. 



Fourth century a a 



Cow, suckling calf. 



M'&5 



M'Sb 



M'8b 



M'S6 



MS 



M'S5 



iR-95 



iR-85 



iR-85 



iR-8 



iR-75 



iR'85 



Type r. 



» 



)i 



f) 



)i 



a 



•) 



TypeL 



91 



ft 



19 



on flank, A • 



99 99 



99 99 



", »• 



Double floral pattern 
within square. 



AYP below, club L 
[PL XIII. 10.] 



99 



99 



99 



99 ft 



19 99 



„ club r. 



AYS „ 



99 



SYA „ club L 



99 



» 



club r. 



AYP „ club 1. 



99 



99 99 



[PL xm. 11.] 



99 



19 



club r. 



SYA 



YP 



99 99 



99 » 



K 



66 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



Cow, suckling calf. 



13 



U 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



21 



22 



23 



24 



25 



26 



27 



164' 



166" 



166-8 



162*2 



165-8 



164-7 



168- 



169-3 



160-9 



162' 



159-8 



164- 



159-7 



176-6 



163-6 



ifl-85 



iR-8 



iR-85 



M'8b 



iR-85 



ifl-8 



M'S5 



M-S6 



JR'S 



iR-85 



iR-85 



MS 



JR'95 



M'2 



ifl-85 



Type r. ; above, dolphin r. 



*f 



11 



II 



11 



11 



ii 



ty 



If 



Typel. 



9f 



11 



i} 



if 



n 



91 



a 



9i 



91 



waspf 



„ hound ronning r. 



Type L „ lizard 1. 



Type r. „ A . 



u r. 



,, ME. 



f> 



fi 



if 



91 



N. 



r. 



11 



99 



Type r. „ J$ 



Double floral pattern 
within square. 



AYP below, club 1. 



19 



11 11 



11 



„ club r ; 
above, cicada. 



If 



91 11 



„ club L, bound 
with fillet; above, lizard r. 



11 



99 



99 11 



„ „ club L 

[PL XIII. 12.] 



11 



91 11 



91 



[PL xin. 13.] 
„ club r. 



SYA 



91 



club L 



99 



f> 99 



AYP 



9> 99 



99 



#1 11 



19 



99 19 



19 



91 



club r. 



DYRRHAGHIXTM. 



67 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



28 



29 



167' 



159-6 



iR-85 



ifl-85 



Cow, Buckling calf. 



Typo r. ; above, tC. . 



V 



» 



Double floral pattern 
within square. 



SYA below, club r. 



AYP „ club 1. 



30 



31 



32 



33 



34 



35 



36 



37 



38 



48-4 



52-2 



52-6 



52-9 



46-6 



44-7 



52-5 



51-8 



iR-7 



ifl-75 



iil-75 



ifl-7 



M'8 



iR-75 



ifl-75 



ifl-75 



For coins of Corinthian standard and types, with inscriptions 

AYPPAXINilN, AYPPAX, AYP, &c., see Colonies of 
Corinth. 



B.C. 229-100. 



Cow r., suckling calf. 



MENIZKOX above, eagle flying ; 

in ex., rudder. 

EYKTH MUN to r., cornucopiae ; 

in ex., rudder. 



EYNOYZ 



« 



ji 



»> 



f> 



i> 



KTHTOZ 



KYAinnoz 



4iAnN 



>» 



>» 



1> 



JI 



if 



») 



H PA in ex., bow and quiver. 
KAEIAAZ 



48-8 ^75 AEYKIOZ [ 



I) 



» ] 



AYP Double floral pat- 
tern withiu square. 



AfA em [Noz 



A MYN TA 



API MNA[Z TOY 



API MNAZ TOY 



^ 



68 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvene* 



Reverse. 



39 



40 



41 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



47 



48 



49 



50 



51 



63 



49-3 



47-6 



52-2 



46-8 



46-7 



47-3 



49-2 



48-3 



49-2 



52-5 



52-9 



53-8 



52 52-3 



53 60-4. 



M'7 



Ml 



iR-75 



M'75 



Ml 



iR-7 



iR-65 



ifl-65 



A'9 



Ml 



iR-65 



iR-75 



Ml 6 



<R-7 



ifl-75 



Cow r., suckling calf. 



MAXATA[Z to L, cljib; in ex., 

trident. 

AAKAIOZ in ex., plough. 



M EN IZKOZ ill ex., rudder. 



AP]XE4>PftN 



♦lAilTAI 



A" 



ANTIMAXOZ 



to r., ear of com ; 
in ex., grapes; to 
L, club. 



II ff i» 



AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 



API3TO MA Xo[Y 



API rroME NEOS 



AP XI n noY 



AZ KAA noY 



if 



i> 



above, torch; to 
r., ear of com ; 
in ex., [grapes.] 



19 ti 



it 



EYNOYZ 



♦lAIlN 



above, male head ; 
to r., ear of com ; 
in ex., grapes, 
above, eagle on fulmen. 



>» 



ANTI to r., ear of corn; in ex., 
OXOZ grapes. 



APIZTON 



AAZIOZ 



» 



>i 



99 



»» 



Bi n NOZ 



BOI KH NOZ 



»» 



rop n A 



AAMA TE OZ 



» 



AA MH NOZ 



„ [PL XIV. L] 



ft 



znnYPo[z „ 



I) 



9) 



DTRRBACHI0M. 



69 



No. 


wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Cow r., suckling calf. 


AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 


54 


47-5 


iR-75 


KTHTOZ to r., ear of com ; in ex., 

grapes. 


AA MH NOZ 


55 


52-4 


^•7 


MONOV 
NIOZ 


a 


56 


50-2 


ifl-7 


HENnN 


it 


57 


50-5 


iR-75 


HEPI 
TENHZ 


>i 


58 


56- 


iR-75 


THToZ 8ic. „ „ 


V 


59 


52-5 


M'7 


♦lAo 
ZTPATOZ 


i9 


60 


49-2 


M'7 


A4>Po 
AlZIOZ 


AEINO KAE OZ 


61 


51-2 


M'7 


riANKPATHZ in ex., serpent 

round staff. 


Alo [An P]oY 


62 


41- 


iR-7 


M EN IZKOZ above, raven. 


AlO NY ZloY 


63 


49-9 


M'G5 


»» If 


n 


64 


42-7 


M'7 


« »> 


a 


65 


48-3 


iR-75 


MAXATAZ in ex., club. 


EOP TAI OY 


66 


44-5 


M'7 


>» >i 


» 


67 


51-5 


M'7 


ZTPA 
TONIKOZ 


}9 


68 


50-6 


M'7 


N 1 KAAAZ to r., caduceus ; in ex., 

grapes. 


EHA KE iTOY 



70 



ILLYRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverse. 



69 



70 



71 



72 



73 



74 



76 



76 



77 



78 



79 



80 



81 



82 



83 



48-4 



47-4 



49-8 



51-2 



iR-75 



iR'75 



iR7 



iR-75 



45-8 iR-75 



491 



48-5 



49-2 



56' 



61-7 



30-5 

plated. 

38-7 

plated. 

41-7 



45-6 



48-5 



ifl-7 



iR-7 



JR'7 



ifl-65 



iR-75 



ifl-7 



iR-76 



M'7 



M'7 



M'7 



Cow r., suckling calf. 



HPo 
AOTOZ 

EXE4>PnN above, head of Helios; 

to r., owl. 



99 



If 



)» 



zaiAoz 



AYIHN 



eEoAoToZ 



M 



99 



>> 



99 



AAKAN to r., ear of com, grapes. 



EYTYXOZ 



99 



99 



ANTiroN[OZ ill ex., bow. 

KEPAIIN ear of com and vine 

spray. 



♦lAflTAZ 



to 1., comncopiae ; 
in ex., head of 
Helios. 



99 



99 



99 



M EN IZKOZ above. Nike flying ; 

below, fulmcn. 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



9) 



AYR Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 



En I XAPE OZ 



Za HY POY 



[PI. XIV. 2.] 



99 



99 



99 



eE[0 TEN] EOZ 



GE OZE NOV 



99 



eEP Zl A 



KAA AH NOZ 



99 



KA AAH NOZ 



KAA An NOZ 



99 



99 



DTRRHACBIUM. 



71 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


ReTorse. 








Cow r., suckling calf. 


AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 


84 


49- 


Ml 


4»IAnTAZ to r., torch. 


KAE ANO POZ 


85 


52- 


iR-75 


ZEN AN to r., ear of corn ; in ex., 

grapes. 


KAEI TOPI OV 

• 


86 


50-8 


iR-76 


n EPI PEN HZ above, ivy-wreath; 
to r., tripod ; in ex., 1 


» 


87 


51-6 


iR-8 


» » >i L>»j 


» 


88 


47-8 


Ml 


n >i » L»J 


>» 


89 


63-5 


Mlb 


ZnZTPIftN ,. „ „ 


»> 


90 


53- 


M'lb 


♦lAoZTPAToZ „ ., 


)i 


91 


48-6 


Ml 


KTHZXIN in Qx., caduceus. 


KYP BA ZOY 


92 


48-6 


iR-75 


AAKAIOZ in ex., plough. 


AA H NOZ 


93 


48-7 


iR-66 


zn 


AY KH NOZ 


94 


48- 


iR-75 


M ENIZKOZ to r., female statue. 


AY KIZ KOY 


95 


47-9 


iR-8 


)i }» 


99 


96 


60-5 


iR-75 


HArKPATHZ in ex., rudder. 


AY KO Y 


97 


48-6 


ifl-7 


AAE in ex., ♦. 
ZANAPOZ 


AY Zin NOZ 


98 


40- 

plated. 


iR-76 


rrPA 

TONIKO$ 


99 



72 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Revorae. 



99 



100 



101 



102 



103 



104 



105 



106 



107 



108 



109 



110 



111 



112 



113 



47- 


Ml 


49-3 


iil-8 


51-3 


m-75 


49-4 


Ml 


52- 


iR-75 


52- 


Ml 


49-6 


Ml 


46- 


Ml 


51-7 


Mlb 


52-9 


Ml 


47-4 


M'lb 


49*8 


iR-76 


43-2 


iR-76 

plated. 


48-6 


iR-75 


53-3 


M'1 



Cow r., suckling calf. 



APXI 
MHAHS 

EYKTHMflN above, eagle on 

folmcn. 



KYAinno£ 



91 



MAXATA2 toL,tripo4 



H PO to L, dub ; in ex., trident. 

AOTOI 

APirro 

AAMOZ 

^lAQTAZ tor., club. 



AlO in ex., caps of Dioscuri. 
rENHS 



n 



HPO 
AOTOX 

IP 



AAKilN above, Head of Helios. 



AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 



AY zin noY 



ME NEK KA 



}} 



M€N€ KPA T€OC 



Ni KH NOZ 



Nl KYA AOY 



l» 



o BPI MOY 



91 



RANA NAPI OY 



HAP MENIZ KOY 



ZTPATONIKO[Z 



99 



99 



99 



EENUN above, eagle« 



99 



99 



99 



99 



HYP BA club 1. 



99 



DTEIBHACHIUM. 



73 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Cow r., suckling calf. 


AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 


114 


61-2 


iR-75 


MENIZKOZ 


ZO 4>l OY 


115 


48-2 


^•65 


AAKAIOZ in ex., hound running. 


ZXl ZTPI [n]NOZ 


116 


47-7 


M7 


APIXTO 
AAMOZ 


TE ♦! AOY 


117 


50- 


M-76 


AAKAIOZ 


Tl ME A 


118 
119 


51-8 
54-8 


Ml 
M'7 


riEPirENHZ above, head of Isis; 

in front, ear of 
com and grapes. 

KTHTOZ 


♦A NIZ KOY 

99 


120 


51-3 


M'S 


99 99 99 


99 


121 


51-8 


iR-8 


AEHNIAAZ 


91 


122 


53-2 


MS 


♦lAHN 


99 


123 


63-5 


M'7 


♦lAilTAZ 


99 


124 


51-6 


JR '76 


KONX2N to r., comucopiao; in ex., 

club. 


♦1 Ain noY 


126 


48-7 


iR-75 


AAKAIOZ in ex., caduceus. 


♦lA Al A 


126 
127 


44-5 
44-2 


iR-75 
M'7 


HENX2N above, caps of Dioscuri ; 
y to 1., ear of corn; to 

r., torch. 

» 

99 ■' 99 99 99 


99 

99 

1 


128 


35-5 

plAted. 


M'7 


AAKI^ male? head. 


♦lAO AA MOY 



74 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reyene. 



129 



130 



131 



132 



133 



134 



135 



136 



137 



138 



139 



140 



49' 



52' 



50-2 



46-8 



50-5 



49 



44-2 



49-8 



50-2 



51-4 



51' 



50-7 



JR'7 



iR-76 



iR-75 



iR-66 



JR'76 



JR'76 



Cow r., suckling calf. 



HPO in ex., rudder. 

AOTOZ 



KAAAI 
KPATHZ 

EENXIN 



„1 



above, eagle; in ex., 
hound running. 



>» 



»} 



» 



[APXI] in ex., ear of com. 
MHAHZ 



}» 



in ex., club. 



A-65 MENIZKOZ to r., torch?; in ex., 

hound running. 



iR-65 



JR'7 



A -75 



M-eb 



JR'7 



AYR Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 

♦lAO AA MOY 



» 



»i 



9) 



»l 



♦I AH TA 



EP 



EYNOYZ in ex., thyrsus. 



» 



1} 



141 



142 



35-4 



47-7 



M'76 



M'S 



AAKAIOZ in ex., ear of com. 



AEQ in ex., ) 
NIAAZ 



M 



♦PY Nin NOZ 



XAI PIA AOY 



XAA Kl AA 



» 



KOMQN grapes. 



E]YKTHMnN 



AE[INOKr] AE OZ 



TA 



DTRRHAOHIUM. 



76 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


Obyene, 


Reverse. 








Cow r., suckling calf. 


AYR Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 


143 


40-5 


M'75 


EYNOYZ eagle on fulmen. 


PYA HYq OM «c. 

club L 


144 


33- 


JR'75 


ZI/IOKA 


....>|OZ AOA SYA 

He. 


145 


51-4 


iR-75 


AAKAN in ex., club. 


same as obv., incuse. 


146 


48-7 


iR-75 


ANTIOXOZ to r., club; in ex., 

rudder. 


II 


147 


37-5 

• 


M'7 


APIXTO 
AAMOZ 


n 


148 


51- 


M'7 


AP in ex., grapes. 

XIMHAHZ 


II 


149 


49-4 


M'75 


MOZXI AOZ in ex., star; (type L) 


II 


150 


47-5 


iil-7 


^1 AUTAZ to L, club; to r., ear of 

corn ; in ex., grapes. 

Forepart of cow r., standing. 


>i 

AYP Double floral pat- 
tern within square. 


151 


22-3 


iil-6 


AA 


AY zm noY 

[PL XIV. 3.] 


152 


23-6 


JR'Q 


EY 


All NOZ 


153 


26-2 


iR-65 


IP 


AY NOZ 


154 


22-7 


iR-55 


AAKAN above, tripod. 


MENE KPA TEOZ 


155 


26-4 


JR'56 


» " 


II 



76 



lUiTRIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 






• 


Forepart of cow r., stand- 
ing. 


AYP Double floral pattern within 
square. 


156 


19-7 


JR'b6 


A*Po 


HAP MEN[ 


157 


20-2 


M-e 


Head of Dodonaean Zeus 
r., crowned with oak. 


♦AAA KPI ilNOX 

AYP Tripod-lebes ; all in oak- 
wreath. 


158 




iE-65 


• 


APAeo 
KA€OC 


159 




M'7 


* 


V 


160 




JE'Gb 




APirTH 

NOZ 


161 




M'7 




91 


162 




A^'7 




APICTO 
MENEO[C 


163 




M'7 




NIKAN 
APOY 


164 




M'7 


- 


OAYM 

nixoY 


165 




JE'76 




noAAl 

nNoz 


166 


« 


iE-75 




ZKYP [PI. xiT. 4.] 
GANA 


167 




iE-75 




♦lAA 
TA 


168 




M'7 




91 


169 




iE-65 




XAIPIA 
AOY 



DTIVBaAOHIXTlI. 



77 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTerae. 


Reyerae. 


% 






Head of young Herakles 
I., in lion's skin. 


A Y P Strung bow, club, and 
quiver. 


170 




iE-5 




EYAroPA 


171 




iE-65 




KAE[ iuscr. AYR in bow (pre- 
Pl[ vious striking, tripod and 
EOZ). 


172 




iE-5 




Z€NICKOY 


173 




iE-5 




99 


174 




^•55 




♦lAAIA 


175 




^•65 




l> 


176 




M'65 


(head r.) 


inscr. AYPPAXINXICN 


177 




^•6 


n 


„ AY in bow. 


178 




^•4 


>» 


,. AYP in bow, 
KAAAIZeENE[OZ 


179 




^•6 


99 

Head of Helios r., radiate. 


no inscr. t 
AYP Prow. 


180 




.£'6 




Type r. AAH 
NOZ 


181 




.E-55 




Typel. NIKO 

MAXOY 


182 




/R-6 




Typer. XiirTPI 

nNoz 

[PL iiT. 6.] 


183 




M'6 




♦lAin 
noY 


184 




M-5 




» 



78 



ILLYBIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



Obyene. 



BeTone. 



185 



186 



2 



iE-65 



^•55 



iE-95 



JE'9 



iE-95 



M'9 



M'76 



Female head r., wearing 
Stephana (Aphrodite 1). 



Bust of Nike r., winged 



PAIOY Eagle r., with closed 
AYP wings, standing on 

vine-branch with two btuiches of 
grapes. 



[PL XIV. 6.] 



AYP Palm and bunch of grapes. 

MoZX[l 

AO[ 



[PI. XIV. 7.] 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



HEEACLEA.* 
Fourth century b.c. 

Strung bow and club r. 



HPAKA 



[PL XIV. 8.] 



19 



» 



99 



HPA (clubl.) 

[PL XIV. 9.] 

• See •'NumiBinatic Jonrual," vol. i., p. 164. 



0RICU8. 



79 



No. 



Wt. 



1 



5 



1 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTerse. 



ReTerse. 



^•65 



iE-65 



iE-65 



M'1 



ORICUS. 



B.C. 230-168. 



Head of Apollo r. laur., i fl PI Obelisk on Jbase, bound 
hair rolled. Kl UN with taenia; all in 

wreath. 



^'5 



typeL 



Head of Pallas r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet 



behind, K. 



[PL XXXI. 13.] 



npi 

KIIIN 



Thunderbolt. 



SCODEA. 
After B.0. 168. 



^•66 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



ZKOAPI War-galley. 
NXIN 

[PI. xxxr. 14.] 



80 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTerse. 



ReTerse. 



1 



2 



ler 



iR-9 



161-9 



154-7 



MOmJNIUS, King of Illyria. 



About B.O. 300. 



Cow r., suckling calf; 
above, jaw-bone of Caly- 
donian boar. 



iR-85 



M'Sb 



Double floral pattern. 



BAZIAEQZ to L, spear-head; 
MONOYN lOY to r., club. 

[PL XIV. 10.] 



BACIAEnC MONOYNIOY 
AY P 

[PL XIV. 11.] 



BACIAEHC MONOYNIOY 



BALLAEU8, 



81 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obrerse. 



Reyerae. 



1 



54- 



6 

7 



8 
9 

10 
11 



BALLAEUS, King of Pharos, &c. 

After ac. 168. 
I. Without title )3ao-cXcv9| struck at Pharos. 



Head of Ballaeus L, bare. 



^•6 



iE-65 



JE-e 



JE'5 



head r. 



}) 



>f 



Artemis 1., clad in short chiton ; 
holds in r. hand, torch. 



[PI. XIV. 12.] 



AAAg 
YOIA 

BAAA 
YOIA 

BAAAAI 
OY 

BAAA 



IL With title )3ao-cXcvs, struck at Bhizon. 



Head of Ballaeus 1., bare. 



iR-7 



JE.l 



2E-66 



BAZIAEnZ BAAAAIOY 

Artemis running 1., clad in short 
chiton ; holds in r., torch, in 1., 
two javelins. 

[PI. XIV. 13.] 



(barbarous.) 



}> 



Head of Ballaeus 1., bore. 



M'7 



iE-6 



JE'Q 



head r. 



BAZIAEnZ 
BAAAAIOY 



Artemis running 1. ; 
holds torch and 
javelin. 



[PL XIV. 14.] 



82 



ILLYRM 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 

StKO. 



1 

2 

3 
4 



5 
6 



S 



10 
U 



Obvorae. 



ReTerse. 



JR -95 



.E7 
MS 



ISSA. 
Fourth century b c. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Cormthian hel- 
met 



Similar. 



type K 



1$ Goat r., standing. 



[PL XV. 1.] 



Goat r.9 standing ; forefoot iaise«1. ) 



1^ 



H 



19 



.K-8.^ 



IZ Amphora. 



; Zl to r., bud flying. 



. Bunch of grapes on stalk between • 
leaTea, ' 



[PL XT. 2.] 



Seeond centaiy &a 



I 



.^i^^ 



Heads jugate r^ coe IZ Bunch of grapes rn stalk be*S 
crovned with itt, and tvaoi kavea.. ) 

one hefanetied (DuAjsos 
andP^Olast). | 



X 75 



Yoquc male hie«i r^ 



bttie I $ Kanthaiv^ 



T^L XT, 3.] 



PHAROS. 



83 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Reverse. 



1 



41 



JR55 



8 



10 



^•9 



JE'9 



^M 



Head of Zeus L, laur. 



PHAEOS. 



Fourth century RC. 



Goat standing L 



Head of Zeus L, laur. 



M'S 



M'S 



M 75 



M'ib 



JE'i 



M 4 



[PL XV. 4.] 



Goat standing 1. 
to 1., serpent. 



» }> 



[PI. XV. 5.] 



(Bestruck on coin of Lipara, Cat. Sicily, p. 258, no. 16.) 



Head of Persephone L, 
crowned with com. 



Female head L, hair rolled. 



4^A Goat standing 1. 



to 1., plant, growing. 



» >» 



)i 



[PI. XT. 6.] 



Goat standing I. 



[PI. XT. 7.] 



84 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



11 



12 



13 



U 



15 



1 



Metal. 

Size. 



ObTone. 



BeTerse. 



iE-6 



M'75 



M76 



iE-75 



MS 



iE-95 



Second century B.a 



Head of Dionysus 1., 
crowned with ivy. 



Young male head I., laur. 



(barbarous.) 



^ A Bunch of grapes. 



4> A Kantharos. 



[PL XV, 8.] 



Coin of Issa or Pharos with inscription |ONlO$ • 



Head of Zeus 1., laur. 



|ONIO$ Bearded male head I. 



[PL XV. 9.] 

(Restruck ; previous types ; on obv., lion's head r., and on 

rev., goat 1.) 



DAHA8TIUM. 



85 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTerae. 


Reverse. 






• 


ILLYEIO-EPIEOTE CITIES. 

DAMASTIUM. 
Fourth century B.O. 








Head of Apollo L, laur. ; 
hair plaited at back. 


AAMA m>Vn Tripod-lebes J 
all in incuse square. 


1 


197- 


A-9 




[PL XV. 10.] 




« 




Head of Apollo 1., laur. ; 
hair long and flowing. 


Tripod-lebes. 


2 


204-5 


M'9 




AAMA «TINn [PL iv. 11.] 


3 


196-5 


JR'9 


Head of Apollo L, laur. ; 
hair turned up behind. 


AAMA NAN in field, two 
Bvastika-emblems. [PL xv. 12.] 

Tripod-lebes. 


4 


196-8 


Ml' 




AAMA NXIN [PL xv. 13.] 


5 


187-7 


A -9 


type r. 


AAMA in field, M E . 


6 


199- 


M95 


ff 


IT5A MAA below, on band, 

KAKIO . 

[PL ivi. l.J 


7 


205-5 


iR-95 


Female head r., wearing 
wreath. 


AAMA TIN toL, KH^. 

[PL XVI. 2.] 

AAMA^T NH Tripod-lebes. 


8 


206-5 


Ml' 




toL, KH*. [PL XVI. 3.] 



86 



ILLTRIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



16 



17 



48' 



44' 



^•6 



iR-65 



34- Ai -65 



44 3 



32-5 



33' 



32' 



ifl-65 



iR-55 



M'if) 



Me 



29-2 JR'6 



20-8 



A -55 



Female head 1. ; hair in net 



type r. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



Head of Apollo r., laur. 



Square object, on the side of which 
something resembling a trumpet 
with two mouths (bellows t). 

MA5TI [PL XVI. 4.] 



A M AS SIN 



A AM A iT on object, caducous. 



AA AAASTINn N on object, 
svastika. [PI. xti. 6.] 



Tripod-lebes. 
AAMA iT\N£l 



9$ 



II 



[PI. ITI. 6.] 



AAMA ^TIN KH^ 

[Bank CoU. PL xvi. 7.] 



Pick-axe used in mines (&iurf). 



AAMA 

5TIN 

AN 



[PL ITI. 8.] 



AAM TIN [Bank ColL] 



PBLAQIA. 



87 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal, 
biase. 


Obverae. 


Reyerse. 


1 

1 
1 






PELAGIA. 








Fourth century b.c. 








Head of Apollo 1., laur. 


Tripod-lebes. 


1 


178*7 


Ml' 




$ATnAA3n tor., knife. 
[PI. ivi. 9.] 


2 


189-7 


JR'9 


typer. 


HEAA to L, knife. 
n [Bank Coll. PI. xri. 10.] 








Gaulish imitations, third century, b.o. 


3 


78- 


JRV 


Head of young Heracles 
r., in lion's skin. 


Tripod-lebes. 

m to r., knife ; below, V . 

[PI. XVI. 11.] 


4 


39-8 


JR'7 


(barbarous). 


n >i »> 








(These imitations may be from coins of Damastium, of which 








barbarous copies occur with various legends.) 








Uncertain places. 








Fourth century b.c. 








Head of Apollo L, laur. 


KH^ Tripod-lebes. 
XAMAAP INnN 


1 


203' 


MV 


Head of Apollo r., laur. 


[Bank Coll. PI. xvi. 12.] 
AAP APPIA Tripod-lebes. 


2 


35-8 


M'bb 


(Probably of Damastium : 

tion, reading 


[PI. XVI. 13.] 

a specimen in Mr. Bunbury's collec- 
5:-AAMA AlPP.) 



EPIRUS. 



No. 


wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








BEFORE ABOLITION OF MONARCHY. 








APEIPnTAEN Bull r., 
butting. 


Thunderbolt, within laurel-wreath. 


1 




M-66 




[PI. XVII. 1.] 


2 




JE-7 












Head of Dodonaean Zeus 
r., crowned with oak. 


7? Thunderbolt; in field, comu- 
copiae ; all in oak- wreath. 


3 




JEl'l 


• 


[PI XVII. 2.] 


4 




iEl- 


Head of Zeus L, laur. 


A Thunderbolt ; all in oak-wreath. 
P 


5 




^•8 




[PL XVII. 3.] 


6 




JE-7 


Head of Zeus r., laur. 


A Thunderbolt. 
P 


7 




JE-6 




[PL XVII. 4.] 



EPIBUS. 



89 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverae. 


Beverso. 








Republic. B.a 238-168. 








Heads jugate r. of Zeus Dodonaeus, 
crowned with oak ; and of Dione, 
wearing laureate Stephanos and 
veil. 


An El Bull r., but- 
PnTAN ting ; all 
within oak-wreath. 


8 


151-6 


iRl- 


toL, ^; below, ^. 




9 


137-5 


JRV 


» 99 99 19 




10 


154-8 


JRl'l 


99 t£* 


[PL XVII. 5.] 


11 


153-7 


JRl'l 


19 99 




12 


132-2 


Ml'l 


„ ZA. 




13 


153- 


Mil 


., ♦!. 




• 






Head of Zeus r., crowned with oak. 


An El Eagle r. on 
PflTAN thunderbolt, 
wings closed; all in 
oak-wreath. 


14 


73-5 


M'Sb 


toL, M' 




16 


63- 


MS 


„ foi below, A . 




16 


71-2 


M'S6 


AEI. 




17 


81-5 


iR-85 


„ AEflN „ «. 


• 


18 


62-4 


M'76 


„ MYrriAOZ „ „ 




19 


81-5 


MS 


„ AAEZANAPOZ „ fiE- 




20 


67-9 


MS 


99 >T " " 


[PL XVII. 6.] 


21 


78- 


MS5 


99 N( l> »» 




22 


71-3 


M'9 


99 3E >» » 




23 


76- 


iR-75 


99 a( • 




24 


77- 


MS 


99 >» 




25 


70- 


MS5 


„ AEPAA „ 3«- 





N 



90 



EPIBUS. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Revene* 








Head of Zeus r., crowned with oak. 

r 


An El Eagle r. on 
PflTAN thunderbolt, 
wings closed; all in 
oak-wreath. 


26 


69- 


MS 


toL, NC; below, 3<i^. 




27 


76-2 


MS 


99 tl 1} 19 M 




28 


74-5 


M'9 


»> /V 9» yy 


above, A . 


29 


75-5 


M'S5 


yy yy ?> y> 




30 


73-9 


M'Sb 


yy yy 


yy yy 


31 


77-6 


iR-76 


yy V ' 




32 


76-8 


ifl-8 


y, 'Y^ y, X >ef. 




33 


72-2 


M'S6 


y» T£- 


above, A inverted. 


34 


74-8 


M'Sb 


» » 




35 


76-4 


MS 


»» X • 




36 


62*8 


MS 


to r., APHN . 




37 


60- 


MS 


„ AYKIZKOZ. 




38 


65-2 


MS5 


yy 19 




39 


70-5 


MS 


to 1., fif; below, ^ ; behind, Pf\ ; 
type !• 


typol. 


40 


71- 


ifl-75 


to r., Y y *yp® ^« 


yy 


41 


78-6 


MSb 


to L, fit ; below, ^^O ; to r., 
AYZHN; typeL 

Heads jugate r. of Zeus, crowned 
with oak ; and of Dione, wearing 
laureate Stephanos and veiL 


„ [PI. XVII. 7.] 

An El Thunderbolt; 
PXITAN all in oak- 
wreathi 


42 


52-8 


M'7b 


toL, *. 


[PI. rrn. 8.] 


43 


48-7 


M'7 


yy yy 





EPIRUB. 



91 



Ko. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reveno. 








Head of Zeus r., crowned with oak. 


AH El Thunderbolt; 
PXITAN all in oak- 
wreath. 


44 


24-4 


ifl-55 


to 1., 3< . 


[PI. xvu. 9.] 


45 


23-7 


JR '65 


a >f 




46 




M'S6 


Head of Zeus 1., crowned with oak. 


An El Thunderbolt; 
PnTAN all in oak- 
wreath. 


47 




JE'9 




[PL XVII. 10.] 


48 




/F,'7 


Similar. 


APEIP Thunderbolt. 
nTAN 


49 




iEM 


Head of Zens r., crowned with oak. 
below, N(; tor., XA. 


AIT] El Winged thun- 
PflTAN derbolt; all 
in oak-wreath. 


50 




MM 


Head of Zeus r., bound with taenia. 
toL, ^; below, /t. 


An El Thunderbolt; 
PnXAN all in oak- 
wreath. 


51 
52 




iE-65 


• 

Head of Dione r., wearing laureate 
Stephanos and veil. 


(no wreath.) 

[PL XTII. 11.] 

An El Tripod-lebes; 
PflTAN all in laurel- 
wreath. 


53 




^•65 


behind, /f. 


[PL XVII. 12.] 


54 




iE-7 


„ /T ; in f ront, A . 


» 


55 




^•85 


» 3\ • 





b 



SPIBUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Revene. 



56 
57 
58 



59 



60 



61 



62 



63 



64 



65 



66 



67 



iE-75 
iE-85 
iE-85 



iE-75 



.^•5 



Head of Dione r., wearing laureate 
Stephanos and veil. 

behind, J^ ; in front, ^ . 



i> ») yf 



f> 



„ H 91 B ; on Stepha- 
nos, doubtful inscr., AIOZ (1). 



Heads jugate r. of Zeus and Dione. 



to L, C£ . 



Head of young Herakles r., in lion's 
skin. 



JE'9 



iE-9 



^•65 



M'7 



iE-65 



^•66 



M'7 



Bust of Artemis r., wearing stephane ; 
bow and quiver at shoulder. 



below, "]c 1 



ARE! 
PnTAN 

wreath. 



Tripod-lebes ; 
all in laurel- 



[Pl. xxxn. 1.] 



AflEi Thunderbolt; 
PnTAN aU in oak- 
wreath. 

[PL xvn. 13.] 



AHEI Club r.; all in 
PUT AN oak-wreath. 

[PL xvn. U.] 



to 1., Al j to r., BO 



» AE „ ;f 



f> 3% II 



n 99 f) i> 



« K 



» 



CE 



AHEI 
PXITAN 

wreath. 

type L 



Spear- head ; 
ail in laurel- 



99 



type r. 



99 



99 



[PL XVII. 15.] 



99 



99 



SPIRITS. 



93 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



68 



69 



^1 



iE-95 



70 



71 



Ml'l 



iEr05 



After B.O. 168. (Struck at Dodona). 



lEPEYZ Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



APrEAAHZ SimUartypo. 



ME]NEAHMO£ Bust 
AJPfEAAHZ of 

Artemis r., wearing 
stephane ; bow and 
quiver at shoulder. 



[PL xxra. 2.] 



MENEAHMOZSimilar 
lEPEYZ type. 



94 



EPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverse. 



6 



8 
9 



10 



11 



12 
13 



14 



61- 
62-7 



52' 



49-5 



AMBRACIA. 

For coins of Early and Fine periods of Corinthian standard 
and types, with inscriptions AMrPAKIflTAN, AM, A, 
see Colonies of Corinth. 



B.a 238-168. 



Head of Dione 1., laur. 
and veiled. 



iR-7 

iR-65 

iR-7 



iR-65 



Head of Dione r., laur. 
and veiled. 



^•75 

M'7 

.^•65 

iE-65 



M'S6 



type 1. 

Head of Apollo r., laur. ; 
hair long. 

behind, A . 

Head of Pallas r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet. 



iE-55 
iE-5 
iE-66 
JE'65 



behind, K 



A M Obelisk, bound with taenia; 
all in laurel* wreath. 

[PI. xvm. 1.] 



a palm affixed to obelisk. 

A M Obelisk ; all in laurel- wreath. 
B P 



[PL xYiii. 2.] 



A M Obelisk ; all in laurel-wreath. 
B P 

[PL XXXII. 3.] 
A M Obelisk ; all in laurel-wreath. 



(inscr. not visible.) 



( 



i> 



) 



AHBRAOIA. 



95 



No. 


Wt. 


MeUl. 
Size. 


Obrene. 


Reverse. 








With Acamanian types. 






« 


Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


A M Apollo Actius seated 1.; holds 
B P strung bow in r. 


15 




M-8 




star on throne. [PI. xrrn. 3.] 


16 




JE75 






17 




M-7 






18 




-E-75 


Head and neck of man- 
headed bull r. (Ache- 
lous). 


AMBPA Crab. 

above, ^ . [PI. xxxn. 4.] 


19 




^•56 












With Aetolian or Epirote types. 








Head of Apollo r., radiate. 

• 


A M Apollo naked, radiate, ad- 
B P yancing r. ; holds in 1. 

bow, and with r. draws arrow 

from quiver at his back. 


20 




^•8 




[PL xvm. 4.] 


21 




JE-9 






22 




^•7 


* 

Head of Apollo r., radiate. 


A M Zeus naked, advancing r. ; 
B P 1. extended, thunderbolt 
in raised r., and aegis in L 


23 




M.7 


Head of Apollo r., laur. 


below, SAN. 
Similar. 


24 




^•8 


behind, AAAnN . 




25 




^.•85 




to L, BP . 


26 




-E-75 




» f> 


27 

28 




M-65 
iG-65 


inscr. in field, obscure, 

HZ. 


below, N E A (V). 



96 



SPIRU8. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverae. 


Reverse. 










Head of Zeus r., laur. 


A M Griffin running r. 
B P 




29 




iE-75 




in ex., AAMIAN. 




30 




iE-75 




»> n 




31 




JE-75 




„ EOKPATHZ. 




32 




^•75 




„ KAEAPXOZ. 




33 




JE-75 




„ KAEOMAX. 




34 




M'S5 


• 


„ ZAPAninN. 




35 




iE-76 


• 


„ ZIAANOZ. 


- 








ATHAMANES. 
B.O. 238-168. 










Head of Dione r., veiled 
and wearing stephane. 


Pallas 1., clad in chiton; 
and spear. 


holds owl 


1 




iE-66 




AG A MANAN [PL 


XYIIL 6.] 


2 


• 


iE-65 




19 




3 




iE-65 




AOA 
MANHN 




i 




^•7 




19 

















BUTHROTUM. 



97 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



ReyeFse. 



1 



iE-75 



JE'75 



iE.95 



BUTHROTUM, 



Roman times. 



BVTH? Double comuco- 
piae, bound with fillets. 



TPOMPONiVSCCOCCEIVS 

ilVIRIEP- 

EX DO 



[PL XTiii. 6.] 



CAESAR within wreath 
AVQVSTVS of oak. 



Augustus. 

QRAECiNVS 

QVINTERT 

BVTHR 



Lituus. 



98 



EPIRCB. 



No. 



1 



5 



6 

7 



Wt. 



8 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse 



Reverse. 



CASSOPE. 



Before b.c. 340. 



iE-8 



10 



11 



66- 
79- 
72-6 
72-7 



^•6 



JE'S 

MS 
iE-75 
M'75 
M'75 



M'75 



M7 



MS 



Head of Aphrodite r., 
wearing tall Stephanos. 



Boll's head facing. 



above, A^ . 



KAZznrAinN Head 

of Aphrodite r., wearing 
tall Stephanos adorned 
with honeysuckle. 



KASSnrAinN Coiled bearded 
serpent r. 



KAZZn Similar. 

PAinN 



[PI. XXXII. 5.] 



Dove flying 1. ; all in laurel-wreath. 



in field, POA . (Restruck on copper 
Y coin of Philip II.) 

[PL xvm. 7.] 



(Dove r.) 



ff 



B.a 238-168. 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



behind, ^ . 



>i 



ZnAAMoZ 



below, ZHNUN . 



>» 



jf 



KAZZQ Eagle r. on thunderbolt, 
nAlflN wings closed; all in 

oak-wreath. 

[PL XTiii. 8.] 



CASSOPB. 



99 



No. 



Wt. 



12 



13 



U 



15 



16 



Metal, 
size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M'76 



iE-85 



iE-7 



^'7 



Ml 



KAZZXl Head of Aphro- 
dite r., wearing Ste- 
phanos. 

in front, pSJ . 



Head of bearded Dionysus 
r., crowned with ivy. 

in front, lEPfl. 



Dove flying 1. ; in laurel-wreath. 



below, AnCAAA . 



KAZZA Diota; all in laurel- 
nAlflN wreath. 



[PI. xxxii. 6.] 



Boman times. 



KA£ in laurel-wreath. 

znnAi 
n N 

below, ^. 



MO 
AOZ 

ZXIN 



in laurel-wreath. 



below, RE . [PI. xvni. 9.] 



100 



SPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



1 



» 






JE-55 




iE-55 




JE-8 




M'75 




M'9 




M'7 


- 


1 



Pegasus r., flying. 



ELEA. 
Before B.o. 340. 

EAEAI Trident 

to r., ear of com. [PI. xviii. 10.] 



Head of Demeter, three- 
quarter-face towards L, 
crowned with corn. 

to I., A . 



Head of Demeter, facing, 
crowned with com. 



to 1., ivy-leaf 1 



Kerberus 1. 



EAEAI. 



below, 0E . [PI. xvm. 11.] 



» » 



E]AE Kerberus r., with snake for 
taU. 

[PI. XVIII. 12.] 



MOLOSSI. 



101 



No. 



Wt, 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Reverse. 



JE'S 



M'7 



M'7b 



M75 



M'75 



MOLOSSI. 



Before B.d. 340. 



Head of Pallas 1., in 
crested helmet adorned 
with griffin. 



type r. 



MOAOiinN Shield. 



on shield, thunderbolt. 



>« 



)) 



MOAOSSflN Eagle with closed 
wings, standing L on thunderbolt. 



[PI. xviii. 13.] 



Thunderbolt in laurel- wreath. 



[PI. XVIIT. U.] 



on shield, thunderbolt and 
cornucopiae. 

For late coin with inscription MOAOZZHN, see Cassopc. 



102 



XPIIIUS. 



No. 



1 



5 



> 8 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



iE-9 



Ml 



Ml 



iE-96 



iE-85 



iE'9 



M'7 



M'7 



NICOPOLIS. 
Founded after the battle of Actiuin, b.c. 31. 



Bust of Nicopolie 1., 
wmp;ed, wearing tur- 
reted crown. 

NIKOnOAl SI€PA 



NIKOnO 



IDPA 

Bust r. 



NIKOnOAIZ 
l€PA 



>> 



Augustus. 

Actia seated 1. on throne, wears tur- 
reted crown; holds prize-vase con- 
taining palm, and torch. 

C€BAC 
KTICMA 

C€BACT OY[ ]OYKT 

[PI. xxxu. 7.] 

Z€BArTOY 
KTILMA 



NIKOnOA l€PA„ 



NCIKOnOAl Bust of 
Nicopolis r. 



I€PA Bust 
of Kicopolis r. 



AVrOVCTO CKTIC 

THC Head of Augus- 
tus r., bare. 



Similar. 



99 



Inscr. obscure. Apollo clad in chla- 
mys, standing 1. ; holds in r., Nike 1 
in L, bow ; in field L, wreath. 

[PI. XXXII. 8.] 



ZEBArT[OY Tripod-lebcs. 
KTILMA 



NIKOn OA€U)C Nike r., hold 
ing wreath and palm. 



NIKOnO A€a)C Fortuna L, 
holding globe and comucopiae. 



NICOPOLIfl. 



103 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


r • 

ObTsrse. 


Reverse. 








* 

AVrOVCTO CKTIC 

TH C Head of Augus- 
tus r., bare. 


NCIKOnO AEWC Artemis r., 
in short chiton, discharging arrow ; 
at her feet, hound r. 


9 




iE-7 


ZEBAZTOY Head of 

KTIZMA Augustus 

r., bare. 


[PL XIX. 1.] 

NIKOrnO]AIZ Nike 1. ; holds 

1 EPA wreath. 


10 




iE-95 






11 




JE'Sb 


C€BACTOY KTIC 

MA Head of Augus- 
tus r., laur. 


[PI. XIX. 2.] 

KO n O Naumachia ; galley 
r. above galley 1. 


12 




JE13 












Agrippa. 








ZEBIAITOY Head of 
KTir]MA Agrippa 1.. 
baie. 


NIKOnOAIZ Dolphin r., twined 
lEPA round trident. 


13 




JE'65 




[PI. XIX. 3.] 


14 




JE'S 












Trajan. 








TPAIANOC AY[ 

Bust of Trepan r., laur. 


NCIKOnO AICICPA Bust of 

Nicopolis r., winged ; wearing tur- 
reted crown. 


15 




M'6b 




[PI. XIX. 4.] 


IG 




M'7 







104 



EP1RU8. 



No. 



Wt. 



17 



18 



19 



20 



21 



22 



23 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



iE-9 



^•85 



M'd 



M'9 



M'l 



M'1 



AAPIANOCKAICAP 

Bast of Hadrian r., laur. 



AAPIANO KAICAP 
C 

Similar bust. 



AAPIANOCKAICAP 

Similar bust. 



Hadrian. 

NCIKOnO A€(JJC Asklepios 
facing, looking r., clad in hima- 
tion ; rests on rod, up which ser- 
pent twines. 



N€IKO nOA€a}C FortunaL; 
holds rudder and comucopiae. 



A in the midst of ivy-wreath, in- 
scribed with /4 . 

[PI. XUL 5.] 



A AIAIOC KAICAP 

Head of Aelius r., bare. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



iE-8 



Aelius. 

NIKOn OA€a}C Isisfacmg, 
wearing modius ; holds sceptre sur- 
mounted by lotus, and a vessel 
(situlal). 

[PI. XIX. 6.] 

NIKOnOAC Galley 1., under 
saU J within it, warrior. 



NIKOnOACOJC Prow of vessel 
in the form of a boards head 1., 
and anchor. 

[PL XIX. 7.] 



NICOPOLIS. 



105 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



24 



27-3 



iR-65 



25 



iE-75 



26 



20-2 



iR-55 



Antoninus Pius. 



AVTANTWNINOC 
C€B€YCYnr Head 

of Antoninus r., laur. 



AVTOKPAT 

Similar head. 



AKTIA within wreath of reeds. 



[PI. XIX. 8.] 



N l]KOnO A 

A in wreath of reeds. 



Faustina, Sen. 



0€A*AY CT€INA 

Bust of the elder Faust- 



ina r. 



AKTIA within wreath of reeds. 



27 



M'8 



28 



iE-85 



29 



iE-55 



30 



1^ 1-25 



AVPKOMOA KAI 

CAP Bust of Corn- 
modus r., laur. 



Conunodus. 

NIKO nOA €b) C 

holds wreath and palui. 



Similar. 



KOMOA Similar. 



Nike 1. ; 



[PI. XIX. 9.] 



NIK O Fortunal., 

holding rudder and cornucopiae. 

A within wreath of reeds. 



Septimius Severus. 



AYKAC€ nC€YHP 

Bust of Severus r. laur., 
armed. 



PAC Actia seated 1. in 

N I KOnO A€ Corintliiau temple. 

wc 



106 



EPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTona. 



ReTene. 



31 



32 



33 



34 



35 



36 



JE'9 



Julia Domna. 



lOVAIA AOMNA 

C€B Bust of Domna r. 



iE-75 



JE'd6 



iE-95 



JE'9 



JE'9 



lOVAIA AOMNA 

Similar bust. 



N EIK O nOAEXlC The City 
r. turreted, winged ; holds wreath 
and palm. 

[PL XIX. 10.] 



A within wreath of leeds. 
KTI 
A 



MAVANT 

Bust of Caracalla r., laur. 



AVTKMA 

Similar bust. 



AVKMA 

Similar bust 



A NT 

Similar bust 



NO 



Caracalla. 

NEIK[On] OA€nC Female 
figure r. (the City ?), turreted ; 
holds long sceptre and comucopiae. 

[PI. XIX. 11.] 



KonoAcnc ApoUo i., 

standing at altar ; in L hand, bow. 
[PI. XIX. 12.] 



i€PACN €iKO noAcn c 

Upper part of the City facing, 
winged ; wears turreted crown, 
and drapery round neck and waist ; 
holds comucopiae and torch. 

[PL XIX. 13.] 



I€PAN CIKOnOA Bust of the 
City r. winged, wearing turreted 
crown. 



NIOOPOLIS. 



107 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



BoTene. 



37 



38 



39 



40 



41 



.E-95 



JE'9 



M'U 



AKMAANT UN 

Head of Caracalla r.^ 
laur. 



NEI KOnOAEnC Kybeletur^ 
lEPAC reted, seated 

sideways on lion walking r. ; she 
holds tympanum. 



AKM 

Bust of Caracalla r.,laur. 



I€PAC NIKO Tripod-lebes; 
nOA€AC twined round it, 
serpent. 



HAAVTIA 
BACTH 

Plautilla r. 



AAC€ 

Bust of 



Plautilla. 



I€ PAC Actia seated L in 

N El KOnO A€ Corinthian tem- 
U)C pie; holds prize- 

vase and sceptre. 



[PL XIX. 14.] 



Geta. 



AVKACEHT IFETAC 

Bust of Geta r., laur. 



^'9 



^'9 



lEPAC NEIKO nOAEnC 

Herakles r., leaning on club placed 
on rocks; on the top of club lion's 
skin ; in field L, wreath of reeds. 

[PL XIX. 15.] 



Julia Mamaea. 



lOVAIA MAMAIA 

C€B Bust of Ma- 



maea r. 



OnOA€b)C Kike L, 
holds wreath and palm. 



108 



lEPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



-ffi-13 



-£•9 



iE'95 



iE-85 



M'd 



AVTMAIOV*IAin 

Bust of Philip r., laur. 



Philip, Sen. 



I€PACN€IK OnOA€nC 

Apollo seated on rock in reclining 
attitude ; holds in 1., how ; below, 
on one side, dog r. on base, on the 
other, fore-part of horse on base, 
issuing from rock ; between these, 
head of boar. 



AKMIOV*IAinnOC 

C€ Head of Philip r., 
radiate. 



[PL XIX. 16.] 



I€PACN €1 iC C Female 

figure facing with extended arms ; 
looking back at child reclining L 
on rock, enveloped in folds of ser- 
pent (Hypsipyle and Archemorus). 



[PI. XIX. 17.] 



Gallienus. 



nOAIKrAAAIHNO 

Bust of Gallienus r., 
law. 



FAAAIH 

Similar bust 



l€PACN€IKOnOA CIIC 

Kybelo turreted, seated sideways 
on lion walking r.; she holds tym- 
panum. 

[PI. XIX. 18.] 



I€PAC NCIKOnO AsklepiosL, 
clad in himation ; leaning on staff, 
up which twines serpent. 



Salonina. 



KOPCAAO) N€INA 
C€B Bust of Salo- 



nina r. 



KOnOA A within wreath. 



PHOSNIOE. 



109 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTerae. 


ReYorse. 








PANDOSIA. 








B.C. 238-168. 








Head of Zeus 1., crowned 
with oak. 


HAN Thunderbolt; all in oak- 
wi-eath. 


1 




M'lb 


to 1., An AC . 


[PI. xixii. 9.] 








PHOENICE. 
B.C. 238-168. 








Head of Zeas r., hair 
bound with taenia. 


•I'OINI Thunderbolt; all in oak- 
KAIEnN wreath. 


1 




M'9> 




[PI. mil. 10.] 


2 




JS-85 


Bust of Artemis r, bow 
and quiver at shoulder. 


•I'OINI Spear-head r. ; all in 
KAIEAN oak-wreath. 


3 




M'lb 




[PI. mil. 11.] 








Eoman times. 


4 




M'lb 


♦OINIKAIEXIN Head 
of Zeus r., crowned with 
oak. 


|]EPEtErElATPIN[ Palm 

IVI or branch 
^EMO 0) of laurel. 








Nero. 








NCPUNA KAA C€B 

Head of Nero r., radiate. 


4^0IN€I CHNH Zeus 

facing ; holds in r., thunderbolt ; 


5 




MV 




in L, scepti-e. 



110 



EPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvorso. 



Reverse. 



1 



132-2 



10-6 



165-3 
164- 



5 
6 



16- 

plated. 

18-7 



7 
8 



jV'75 



N'36 



M'9 
iR-86 



iR-45 
iR-45 



^-65 
M'7 



EPIRUS.— KINGS. 



ALEXANDER I. 



B.O. 342-326. 



Struck in Italy ? 



Head of Zeus Dodonaeus 
r., crowned with oak. 



Head of Helios, facing, 
on radiate disk, the 
rays alternately shorter 
and longer. 



Head of Zeus r., crowned 
with oak. 



Head of Helios, facing, 
on radiate disk. 



AAEZANAPOY Thunder- 

TOYNEOPTOAEMOY bolt. 

above, spear-head. 

[Bank ColL PL xx. 1.] 



A A 
E Z 



Thunderbolt. 



[PL XX. 2.] 

AAEEAI/IAPOY Thunder- 
TO]YI/IEorTOAEMOY bolt 

to r., eagle r. [PI. xx. 3.] 

[PL XX. 4.] 

AAESAN APOY Thunderbolt. 



[PL XX. 5.] 



Struck in Epirus ? 



Eagle standing r. ; wings 
closed. 

to L, tripod ; to r., laurel- 
spray. 



91 



19 



AAEZA TOYNE Thunderbolt j 
within laurel wreath. 

[PL IX. 6.] 



PYRRHUS. 



Ill 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTene. 


Revene. 








PYRRHUS. 








B.C. 295-272. 








Struck in Italy and Sicily. 








Head of Pallas r., in cres- 


PYPPOY BASIAEHS Nike 








ted Coriuthian helmet 


flying 1.; holds in r. hand, oak- 








adorned with griffin. 


wreath ; on 1. arm, trophy. 


1 


1325 


^'S 


to 1., owl flying ; below, A. 

Head of Artemis r., quiver 
on shoulder. 


to L, bucranium. [PL xx. 7.] 
Same inscr. and type. 


2 


65-6 


i^-65 


to r., torch. 


above, star ; to 1., thunderbolt. 

[PI. D. 8.] 


3 


66- 


N'O 


19 II 

Head of Artemis r., quiver 
behind neck. 


II II II II 

Same inscr. and type. 


4 


66- 


N'6 


to 1., thunderbolt 


above, crescent; to L, thunderbolt; 
to r., r . [PL XX. 9.] 


5 


66-5 


M-e 


„ bee. 

Head of Zeus Dodonaeus 
L, crowned with oak. 


above, crescent and head of torch; 
to L, thunderbolt. [Tkink Coll.] 

BASIAEnS Dione seated L on 
PYPPOY throne, wears 
Stephanos ; holds long sceptre, and 
raises peplos with her 1. hand. 


6 


268- 


MV2 


below, Of. 


in ex., A. [PL xx. 10.] 


7 


249-8 


iBl'18 


Head of Achilles 1., in 
crested helmet adorned 
with griffin. 


II II 

BASI AEnrS Thetis veUed, seated 
PYPPOIY L on sea-horse 
swimming r. ; she holds shield of 
Achilles adorned with Gorgon- 
head. 


8 


130- 


iR-9 


below, A . 


[PL XX. 11.] 



112 



SPIBUS. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal 
Size. 



ObTOTse. 



Revene. 



9 

* 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 



20 
21 
22 
23 



24 
25 



862 

85-5 

877 

86-6 

85- 

86-4 



iR'85 
ill -85 
iR-85 
iR-85 

M'S 



Struck at Syracuse. 



86-6 iR -8 
84-5 iR-85 
87- MS 
87 9 iR-85 

87- iil-8 



Head of Persephone r., 
crowned with corn ; hair 
loose at the back. 

to 1., star. 

„ dolphin. 

„ amphora. 

„ grapes. 

„ oak-wreath. 



PYPPOY BA^IAEn? Pallas L, 
fighting; holds spear and shield. 



to L, thunderbolt. [PI. xx. 12.] 



fi 



thunderbolt. 



„ rose. 



„ comucopiae. 



„ forepart of winged 
horse, 
to r., torch, type 1. 

„ owl, A • 19 

^lAS Headof Phthia 
1., veiled, crowned with 
oak. 



19 



}» 



II 



f» 



II 



I) 



11 



9) 



19 



II 



l» 



to r., cornucopiao. 



19 



l» A „ 



99 



91 



»9 



19 



II 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



II 



II 



E. 



99 



19 



El. 



star „ 



mscr., 



BASIAEXIS 
PYPPOY 



^ I'l to r., thyrsus. 



iBlOS 



jEI- 
JE-95 



M*95 
^•95 



„ ivy-leaf. 



99 



99 



caduceus. 
P. 



Head of Persephone r.. 
crowned with corn; hair 
loose at the back. 

to 1., A . 

II 99 



B AS I A Ens Thunderbolt 

PYPPOY 



[PI. XX. 13.] 



BASI AEXIS Demeter seated 1. on 
PYPPOY tlirone; holds stalk 

of com and long sceptre. 



toL, ir 



[PL XX. 14.] 



FYRRHU8. 



113 



No. 


Wt. 


MetaL 

Size. 


• Obyerse. 


Reverse. 








Head of Persephone r., 
crowned with corn ; hair 
loose at the back. 


BASI AEAS Demeter seated r. on 
r YPPOY throne ; holds stalk 
of corn and long sceptre. 


26 




^•9 


to ]., crescent 


tor., A. 


27 




iE-95 


„ o. 


., N. 


28 




iE-9 


„ rose. 




29 




JE'9 


n thunderbolt 

Head of Pallas L, in crested 
Corinthian helmet 


(Demeter wears Stephanos.) 

BAZI AEXIZ Ear of com ; all iu 
PYPPOY oak-wreath. 


30 




^.•75 


to r., owL 


[PI. XX. 15.] 


31 




JE'76 


„ thunderbolt 




32 




iR-75 


„ dolphin. 




33 




JE '75 




• 


34 




iE-8 


„ owL 


(no inscr.) 


35 




M'7b 


„ thunderbolt. 


» 








Struck in Macedon. 








1^ on the boss of a 
Macedonian shield 


BA Zl Macedonian helmet ; 
all within oak-wreath. 


36 




M'6 




below, M>. [PL XX. 16.] 


37 




M'7 




„ „ to 1., torch. 


38 




M'7 




inscr., BAZI . 


39 




iE-7 




f» >i 



lU 



SPIRUS. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Rerene. 



40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 

47 



Struck in Epirus. 



Head of Zeus Dodonaeus 
r., crowned with oak. 



^•95 
iEl- 
JE'95 
M'7b 



MS 
M'7 
iE-75 

M'S 



BASI AEnS Thunderbolt ; aU in 
PYPPOY oak-wreatlL 



(Head thi'ee-quarter-face 
towards r.) 



Head of Zeus Dodonaeus 1. 



below, A 



99 99 



99 



99 



[PL xxxn. 12.] 



B l?P Thunderbolt in oak- wreath. 



COROYRA. 



115 



No. 


Wt. 


MeUI. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


BeverBe. 








CORCYRA. 
Period I. ao. 734-585. No autonomous coins. 


Period IL RO. 585-500. 






( 


• 
Cow, suckling calf. 


Two oblong sinkings, in each of 
which a floral pattern, having as 
centre in the one case on oblong, 
in the other a rhombus. 


1 


176-8 


Ml 


Type r. 




2 


154-6 


iR-8 


„ (Bestruck). 


[PI. XXT. L] 


3 


179-9 


iR-8 


» 




4 


177-7 


iR-8 


» 




P 


176-1 


iil-95 


n 




6 


173-4 


iR-8 


}» 




7 


171-5 


iR-8 


99 




8 


170- 


iR-8 


»» 




9 


176-2 


iR-8 


Typel. 




10 


174-7 


iR-85 


19 


[PI. XXT. 2.] 


11 


173-7 


iR-9 


II 




12 


171-2 


^ 8 


11 




13 


166- 


iR-8 


11 




14 


164-2 


iR-9 


tl 




15 


163- 


iR-75 


II 




16 


128-5 

plaMd. 


iR-8 


II 





116 



OOltCTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTone. 


ReTone. 








Cow's head r. 


Floral pattern in incuse, in the 
centre a rhombus. 


17 


89-2 


Ml 


Forepart of cow, nmning. 


Floral pattern in incuse. 


18 


84-6 


M-eb 


Typer. 


in the centre, pellet 


19 


80- 


M'6b 


»» 


99 » 


20 


81-5 


M'7 


»> 


[PL XXI. 3.] 


21 


86-4 


M'7 

• 


Typo 1. 


„ rhombus. 


22 


85-4 


M'65 


if 


„ „ [PL XXT. 4.] 


23 


86- 


iU-65 


Amphora. 


„ oblong. [PL XXI. 5.] 
Floral pattern in incuse. 


24 


38- 


iR-45 




s 


25 


50-8 


M5 




[PL XII. 6.] 


26 


44-4 


M'5 


PecieiL 


il'loial pattern in incuse. 


27 


16-2 


Mi 






28 


14-6 


M'35 






29 


13-2 


M'3 




[PL XXI. 7.] 


30 


12-2 


M'3 


Vase without handles. 


Floral pattern in incuse. 


31 


6-7 


M'3 






32 


6-6 


M25 






33 


3-8 


M'2b 


1 


[PL XXI. 8.] 



OOBOTBA. 



117 



No. 


wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverro. 


Reverse. 








Period III. B.O. 500-450. 








Cow, suckling calf. 


Incuse square, within which two 
oblong figures enclosing each a 
floral pattern; in the centre of 
one a square, in the centre of 
the other a rhombus. 


34 


170-5 


iR-85 


Typel. 


• 


35 


170-5 


iR-9 


if 




36 


169-6 


iR-8 


19 




37 


168-7 


iR-85 


If 




38 


168-4 


iR-8 


99 




39 


167-9 


iR-8 


99 


[PL TXT. 9.] 


40 


166-8 


iR-85 


99 




41 


115-6 

pUUed. 


iR-95 


99 




42 


170-2 


iR-85 


Typer. 




43 


169-7 


iR-85 


99 




44 


164-7 


iR-8 


99 




■ 






Amphora. 


Floral pattern or star in incuse circle. 


45 


48-8 


iR-5 




[PL XXI. 10.] 


46 


44-2 


iR-5 






47 


43*8 


A -5 




(dots between petals). 


48 


43-7 


M'5 




„ [PL XXI. 11.] 


49 


41- 


JR'6 




99 99 


50 


40- 


Mb 




99 91 


51 


438 


iR-5 


Inscr., KOR. 




52 


40-5 


iR-55 


•te 





118 



COBOTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reverae. 








Amphora. 


Floral pattern or star in incuse circle. 


53 


37-8 


M'Sb 






54 


34-8 


iR-65 




[PI. TTT. 12.] 




• 




Amphora. 


K Kantharos, wreathed with ivy. 


55 


28-4 


M'6 




* 


56 


24-6 


JR'5 




[PI. XXI. 13.] 


67 


23-5 


Mb 






58 


24-4 


M'5 


Period 
Cow 1., suckling calf. 


u in place of K . 

rV. B.a 450-400 . 

K Circle, within which square 
divided into two compartments; 
in each floral pattern. 


59 


169- 


M'9 




a second K in field* 


60 


170- 


iR-9 






61 


168-5 


M'Sb 






62 


164-7 


iR-85 






63 


169-7 


^'9 






64 


168-3 


M'9 




[PL TTT, 14.] 


65 


166-5 


iR-85 






66 


169-2 


m-9 




Inscr., K O R . 


67 

68 


174-8 
168-3 


JR'9 
yR-85 




» Kop 

[PI. XXI. 15.] 


69 


170-8 


iR-85 







OORCTRA. 



119 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTerse. 


ReverBe. 








Forepart of cow r., stand- 
ing. 


Floral pattern, within border con- 
sisting of circle of dots within 
two linear circles; in the floral 










pattern, petals and stamens alter- 
nate. 


70 


73-5 


JR'7 




[PL ixi. 16.] 


71 


79-2 


JR7 


Amphora, bound with 
wreath. 


K. 

K Flower or star. 


72 


38-8 


A -65 


to 1., ivy-leaf. 




73 


39-3 


iR-6 


if fi 


• 


74 


331 


iR-55 


»f » 




76 


33-5 


M'55 


above, VJ. 


Kj in place of K . 


76 


37-7 


iR-6 


Head of Hera, wearing 
pointed stephane; 


[PL 1X1.17.] 
K Flower or star. 


77 


40-2 


iR-55 


Headl. 




78 


36-6 


iR-6 


>} 




79 


41- 


iR-6 


Head r. Inscr., K O P. 


[PL XXI. 18.] 


80 


39-8 


iR-6 


>» 




81 


36-8 


iR-55 


19 




82 


38*9 


iR-65 


„ (Restruck). 

Amphora, bound with 
wreath. 


K wanting. 

K Eantharos, wreathed with ivy. 


83 


27-2 


A -55 


to 1., ivy-leaf. 




84 


20-4 


ifl-55 


i> >» 




85 

86 


24-2 

24-8 




spray of ivy over mouth 
of amphora. 

» •> 11 


[PL XXI. 19.] 



120 



CORCTRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Bletal. 
Size. 



Obvene. 



ReTorM. 



87 



88 



26' 



27-1 



Mb 



ifl-5 



89 



28-5 



M'56 



90 
91 
92 
93 



18-4 
17- 



19-2 



18-5 



M'ib 



M'5 



iR-5 



Head of Heray wearing 
pointed stephane, 

Headl. 

Head r. 



Gorgon-head, facing. 



Head of ram. 
Head L ; below, >| . 
Head r. 
„ below, leaf of ivy. 



f> 



94 



95 
96 
97 



98 



11-8 
113 



13-3 



12-5 
11-7 



iR-4 



JR. 4: 



Mi 



Mi 
iR-35 



99 



11-5 



iR-4 



100 



MS 



Female head r., wearing 
stephane (Heral). 



Kantharos, wreathed with ivy. 



[PL XXI. 20.] 
above, A . (diobol). 



Kantharos. 

above, A. (diobol). 



Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 



behind head, K . 



Shell (pecten). 



K O P Forepart of cow 
r., standing. 



in field, )| ; no leaves. [Fl. xxi. 21.] 

„ K o „ 

Incuse pattern in form of avastika. 

on pattern, K . 
in the midst, K . 



}> » 



[PI, XXI. 22.] 



Similar. 



Floral pattern, within oblong iucuse. 



[PL xxn. 1.] 



CORCTRA. 



121 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Sire. 


Obyerae. 


Reverse. 


101 




iE-66 


Head of youug Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 

K O Amphora. 


K O Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 
[PL mi. 2.] 

Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 


102 




JE'6 


(inscr. retrograde ) 




103 




iE-7 


»> « 




104 




JE'I 






105 




JE'65 






106 




M'66 






107 




M'6 






108 




M'l 






109 




iE-66 






110 




^•65 






111 




iB*6 




[PL xxir. 3.] 


112 




/R-55 






113 




iE-6 






114 




iE-45 






115 




iE-55 


■ 




116 




iE-45 






117 




iE-75 


K O P Forepart of cow 
r., standing. 

1 


Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 
[PL XXII. 4.] 


118 




iE-7 






119 




iE-75 






120 




iE-7 







li 



122 



CORCTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Period V. B.a 400-300. 








Cow, suckling calf. 


K O P Circle, within which square 
divided into two compartments; 
in each, floral pattern. 


121 


160- 


iR-85 


above, P . Type r. 


below square, club. 


122 


166-5 


M'9 


„ 1 and prow r. „ 


„ rudder. 


123 


158- 


iR-85 


„ ^E . Type 1. 


„ thyrsus. 


124 


160-7 


iR-85 


Type r. 


„ pedum. 


125 
126 


169-6 
152-7 


M'75 
A -85 


„ star. „ 


„ bunch of grapes. 

[PI. XXII. 6.] 
„ spear-head. 


127 


152-2 


yR-85 


f> )) 9) 


99 9> 


128 


159- 


iR-85 


» 91 99 


99 99 


129 


161-8 


iR-85 


99 99 99 

Amphora. 


„ „ [PI. XXII. 6.] 

K O P Floral pattern resembling' 
a star. 


130 


33-8 


M'6 


bunches of grapes fastened 
to handles. 


K O only visible. 


131 


30-5 iR-65 

1 


99 99 99 


99 99 


132 


38-2 JR -65 

1 


99 99 99 


o 


133 


36-4'yll-65 


above, bunch of grapes. 


[PI. xxii. 7.] 


134 


35-2 


M'Sd 


bunch of grapes and ivy- 
leaf fastened to handles. 




135 


34-7 


JR'Q 


■ •• 




136 


29-5 


M'7 




(inscr. retrograde.) 


137 


33-8 


M'7 




„ „ in field, kantharos. 


138 


25-7 


M'G 




99 99 


139 


33-5 


M -65 




„ simulacrum. 



COROTRA. 



123 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerse. 


Reverse. 








Amphora. 


K O P Floral pattern resembling 
a star. 


140 


27-5 


m-65 




in Held, bunch of grapes. 


141 


30-2 


M'65 




9t }> 


142 


30*4 


M'6 


neck bound with wreath. 


»> W 


143 


36-4 


ifl-65 


above, ivy-leaf ; bunch of 
grapes on each handle. 


„ „ [PI. XXII. 8.] 


144 


20-7 


iR-55 


Amphora; bunch of grapes 
fastened to handle. 


K O P Kantharos. 

[PI. xxii. 9.] 


145 


227 


iR-55 


K O Amphora. 


to r., bunch of grapes. 
Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 


146 




M'7 




in field, A P. 


147 


» 


iE-6 




7i n 


148 




iE-7 




„ H P. 


149 




^•65 




}> 99 


150 




^•65 




„ *i H. 


151 




iE-65 




» »} 


152 




iE-5 




» A A. 


153 




iE-65 




VA. 


154 




M'7 




n A. 


155 
156 
157 




/R-5 
JE'7 

M'7 


vine-sprays issue from am- 
phora. 


„ „ [PL xxiL 10.] 
„ Z A . (no leaves). 

[PI. XXII. 11.] 


158 




iE-6 


• 


>> j> 



124 



CORCTRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Reyene. 



159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 



169 
170 
171 
172 



173 
174 
175 
176 
177 



JE. 


•6 


M 


•6 


M 


•7 


JF. 


•7 


M 


•7 


M 


•8 


M 


•65 


7Sf 


•7 



K O Amphota. 



in field, Bpray 1 



» 



» 



Bunch of grapes, with leaves, 
in field, Z £i • 



f) 


99 


91 


♦ A. 


9> 


M 


n 


♦ 1. 



iE-65 



.E-7 
iE-75 
^•65 
^•75 



^•75 

M'lb 
JF. -75 
^•75 



amphora ornamented. 

K 

inscr., q AA 

K O P Forepart of cow 
r., standing. 



inscr., OM ; above, ivy-leaf. 



Eagle with closed wings 
standing r., and looking 
back. 

to L, wreath. 



n 



n 



99 



99 
99 



inscr., K Of 



Bunch of grapes, with leaves, 
infield, 5 n. [PL ixii. 12.] 



99 



99 



19 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



K O P Nike with wings open 
advancing L ; holds acrostolium 
and wreath. 



CORCYRA. 



125 



No. 


Wt 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTene. 


Reverae. 








Eagle with closed wings 
standing r., and looking 
back. 


K O P Nike with wings open 
advancing 1.; holds acrostoliuni 
and wreath. 


178 




M'l 


to 1., wreath. 




179 




M'7 


,, bunch of grapes. 




180 




JE'7 


• 

n II 




181 




iE-7 


II II 


[PI. XXII. 13.] 


182 




iE-7 


Dionysus clad in short 
chiton galloping r. on 
panther, and thrusting 
with thyrsus. 


K O P Satyr r. naked, emptying 
amphora into crater. 

[PI. XXII. 14.] 


183 




M'7 






184 




iE-75 






185 




^•7 






186 




iE-75 






187 




M'7 


Dionysus clad in short 
chiton galloping r. on 
panther, and thrusting 
with thyrsus. 


K O P Satyr r. naked, emptying 
amphora into another amphora. 


188 




JE'7 






189 




iE-65 




[PL XXII. 15.] 


190 




iE-65 




inscr., K O P. 


191 




JE'65 






192 




JE'7 












-For staters of Corinthian standard and types, with inscrip- 








tions KoP , K , struck at Corcyra or Coronta, see Colonies of 








Corinth. 








For staters of Corinth, countermarked by Corcyra with <f 








[PL xxii. 16], see Colonies 


} of Corinth. 



126 



CORCTRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Reyerse. 



193 



194 



195 



76-8 



80-8 



74-5 



M'1 
M'7 



Periods VI., Vn. B.a 300-229. 



KOP KY PAI Forepart 
of cow r., standing. 



196 



197 



37-2 



39-5 



^•6 



m-6 



198 
199 



200 



38-4 



34-5 



39- 



m-65 



A -65 



M'^ 



201 



202 



203 



204 



11-7 



11-9 



11-2 



13-4 



2R-45 



Mi 



M'i5 



ifl-45 



inscr., KOP KY PAIIIN 

Cow r., suckling cal£ 



above, AF . 



)f 



♦I 



Ornate amphora. 



in field, kantharos ; oeno- 
choe ; K I . 



Oblong figui-e divided into two 
squares, within each of which 
floral ornament. 

in field 1., grapes; r.^ kantharos ; K I . 

[PI. XXII. 17.] 



)9 



» 



99 



91 



99 



99 



ivy-leaf ; 5 12 . 



K O P Floral ornament, within 
linear square. 



in field, pedum. 



99 



99 



[PL XXII. 18.] 



99 



99 



99 



in field, kantharos ; oeno- 
choe ; above, ♦ . 

Head of young Dionysus 
r., crowned with ivy ; 
hair rolled. 



K O P K Y P A I Circular floral 
ornament, of ornate star-like pattern. 

[PI. XXIII. 1.] 



205 



206 



.E-6 



Forepart of cow r., stand- 
ing ; head facing. 

above, A . 



99 99 



K O Thyrsus, bound with fillet. 



to 1., grapes ; inscr., >| . 



[PL xxiii. 2.] 



99 



99 



99 99 



ivy-leaf tied to fillet. 



99 



99 



99 



Comucopiae, within laurel-wreath. 



[PL xxin, 3.] 



OORCTRA. 



127 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyene. 


Reyerse. 








Bucraniuin, r. horn turned 
down and 1. upward. 


K O Ivy-leaf ; on it^ trident, erect. 


207 




iE-45 






208 




JE'5 






209 




M'5 


• 


[PL XXIII. 4.] 


210 




M'ib 


K 


K: O Bull's head facing, all in 
laurel-wreath. 


211 




iG-6 


Cow r., standing. 


<f in ivy-wreath. 


212 




M'75 


Bull's head facing, bound 
with sacrificial fillet. 

• 


<f in ivy-wreath. 


213 




MS 

* 


above, star. 


[PL xxTii. 5.] 


214 




M'7 


)) » 






> 




Heail and shoulders of 
bull r., bound with 
sacnficial fillet. 


T in ivy-wreath. 


216 




iE-65 






216 




iE-6 




[PL XXIII. 6.] 


217 




^•65 






218 
219 




iE-7 
M'6 


Rest ruck on coin of 
Macedon.* 

* Of the time of Antigonos Oo 


natas or Pyrrhiis ; obv., Macedonian shield. 



128 



CORCYRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerse. 


Reverse. 








Head and Rhoulders of 
bull r., bound with 
sacrificial fillet. 


<f in ivy-wreath. 

• 




220 




M'6 








221 




M'5 




monogram, ^ . 




222 




M'5b 








223 




M'Q 


Typel. 

Bunch of grapes, with 
leaves. 


monogram, R:; beside it, 
grapes. 

(^ in laurel- wreath. 


bunch of 


224 




iE-6 


Star, the alternate rays 
longer. 


(^ Kantharos. 




225 




^^'(j 




to r., pe^m. [PI. xxin 


:.7.] 


226 




M'6 




II II 




227 




M-e 




above, bunch of grapes. 




228 




iE-6 


f^ Budder. 


II II 
Trident, ornate. 


1 


229 




M'5 


above, star. 






230 




iE-5 


» 99 






231 




M'5 


» » 


[PI. ixiii. 8.] 




232 




iE-5 


„ bunch of grapes. 






233 




^•5 


II II 






234 




^•45 


II II 







OORCYRA. 



129 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverae. 


Reyerse. 








K O Comucopiae bound 
with fillet. 


Laurel-wreath. 




235 




iE'65 








236 




JE-e 








237 




JE'55 


inscr., (^ . 






238 




JK-6b 


n ») 






239 




M55 


R: Amphora. 


A within ivy- wreath. 




240 




M'5 


Forepart of galley. 


K O Kantharos. 




241 




M'l 


above, AAKA . Type 1. 


above, bunch of grapes. 




242 




iE'7 


» » >»■ 


'» i> 




243 




M'1 


„EAEY0EPIA. 

M Type r. 


»» i> 


1 


244 




^•6 


» »> >♦ 


»» >» 


1 


245 




M'l 


„ EYKAEIA. „ 


„ wreath. 




246 




iE-75 


„ EYKAEI . 


„ bunch of grapes. 




247 




JE-8 


J> l> >♦ 


>i »» in 


field, A A . 


248 




^•8 


„ EYKAEIA . „ 


>» » 


»i A A. 



s 



130 



COROTRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



ReTene. 



249 



250 



251 



252 



253 



254 



255 



256 



257 



258 



259 



260 



261 



262 



263 



iE-75 



iE-75 



^•8 



M'7 



JE'7 



JE'7 



JE'7 



JE '76 



M'7 



M'75 



M'76 



iE-75 



Forepart of galley. 



above, AI3A>IY3. 

Type r. 



w 



l> 



tf 



9> 



n 



» 



„ EYNOMIA. Typel. 



K O Kantharos. 



above, bunch of grapes. 



fi 



19 



» 



>l 



in field 1., club. 



„ EYNOMIA. 
Ml 



)« 



„ OH PA 

n 



„ OH PA. 



Typer. 



» 



„ KOPKY>A. „ 



}} If 



»» 



»> M 



»f 



^: 



E-8 



^•65 



/E-65 



,. AqY>iqo>|. „ 



)1 



99 



» 



If 



}) 



99 



[PI. xxiu. 9.] 



« 



» 



„ „ in field, ♦ I . 

(type bound with wreatL) 



99 



}» 



99 99 



» 



99 



9) >9 



»> 99 



1» 



» >J 



19 



„ KflMo^ 



19 99 



99 



99 



99 



»» 



99 



99 



99 



99 



in field, i £1 . 



99 91 



99 



99 99 



I 



C0RC7RA. 



131 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverae. 


Reverse. 








Forepart of galley. 


K O Kantharos. 


264 




iE-65 


above, K]YnPI^. 

Typer. 


above, bunch of grapes. 
(Kantharos bound with ivy- wreath.) 


265 




/F.-7 


„AAONIKA. Typel. 


[PI. XXIII. 10.] 


266 




^-65 


„ NIKA. 


above, bunch of grapes. 


267 




/Frbb 


» ,, Type r. 


fi ff 


268 




JE'7 


„ Type L 


n ,99 in field, T 1 . 


269 




M'7 


» WIKA. 


(Restruck ; new type, ram 1. ; above, 
astragalos.) 


270 




JE'7 


„ NEOTH[Z. „ 




271 




JE'7 


„ PAAAA5. Typer. 


in field, i n . 


272 




M'7 


I> l> « 


above, bunch of grapes; in field, $ 12. 

« 


273 




M'7 


« 99 >» 


» II II ^ 1 • 


274 




JE-6 


„ np]nTA. 


II 19 


276 




iE-65 


..inTEIPA. Typel. 


T 1 I 
11 II >, ■ 1 . 1 

1 


276 




iE-65 


19 » 99 


1 
>> 11 11 II 


377 




^•65 


» » J» 


II 11 II 11 


278 




iE-65 


„ ♦AM[A. 




279 




JE.-7 


„ ♦n5*opo[5 . 

Type r. 


) 



132 



OORCTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerse. 


Reyerae. 








K Kantharos. 


Bunch of grapes. 

• 


280 




^•7 


to r., prow. 
T Prow of galley r. 


[PI. XXTII. 11.] 

Bunch of grapes, with leaves. 

• 


281 




M'6 


^ Prow of galley 1. 


[PI. xxin. 12.] 
Bunch of grapes, within ivy- wreath. 


282 




^rS 






283 




M66 






284 




M'7 


*r Prow of galley. 


to r., pedum. 

Bunch of grapes, between two peda. 


285 




M'55 


Typer. 


[PI. XXIII. 14.] 


286 




M'ib 


Type 1. 

Head of Aphrodite r. ; 
hair tied at back. 


K O P Trident, ornate. 


287 




iT:.75 




[PI. XXTIT. 13.] 


288 




7R-75 






289 




MS 


KOPKYPA Head of 
Corcyra L, wearing 
wreath of ivy and ear- 


Wreath of ivy. 


290 




M'7b 


ring. 




291 




M'7 




[PL XXIII. 15.] 


292 




M'7 






293 




M'7 






294 




M'7 







I 



COROYRA. 



133 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyerse. 



295 




iEl- 


296 




^•9 


297 




^•85 


298 




^.•6 


299 




JE-6 


300 




iE-6 


301 




^rQ5 


302 




M'65 


303 




^.'Q 


304 




iE-6 


305 




iE-65 


306 




iE-5 


307 




iE-5 


308 




M'5d 


309 




M'b 


310 




M'5 


311 




M'5 


312 




iE-55 


313 




iE-55 



Head of Dionysus L, 
crowned with ivy. 



K O P Krater bound with wreath 
of ivy. 



Head of Bione r., wearing ^ 
laureate stephane and 
veil. 



behind, bunch of grapes. 



91 



M 



behind, comucopiae. 



»> 



it 



n 



n 



» 



Head of Dione r., wearing 
stephane and veil. 



[PI. XXIII. 16.] 



Prow of galley r. 



mon. 



.<P 



on side of galley, NIKA • 

[PL XXIII. 17.] 



j> 



yi 



II 



» 



99 



99 



9f 



<f Dolphin 1. 



[PI. XXIII. 18.] 



134 



COROTBA. 



No. 



Wt. 



3U 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 



329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTorae. 



Reverse. 



-ffi-6 



M 
M 

M 
M 
M 



65 



65 



6 
6 



6 

6 

6 

65 

65 

65 



Head of Dionysus r., 
bound with ivy. 



inscr., K O 



iE-55 

^•55 

iE-55 

iE-45 

^•4 

^•45 



}> 



>9 



»l 



J> 



}9 



>l 



>9 



)) 



Typel. 



Head of Dionysus 
bound with ivy. 



Amphora, whence issue two branches 
of ivy. 



r., 



0>| 



>9 



[PI. xini. 19. J 



KO 



99 



99 



99 



[PI. ixiii. 20.] 



below, S il . 



99 



if 



„ T I i above, grapes. 



fi 



}} 



i» 



1} 



11 



ft 



Amphora ; above, bunch of grapes. 



i> 



)i 



») 



I) 



}9 



[PI. XXIII. 21.] 
[no grapes.] 



CORCTXA. 



135 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Head of Dionysus r., 
bound with ivy. 


Amphora ; above, bunch of grapes. 


335 




/^•4 




• 


336 




M'65 




1^ O [amphora bound with wreath] ; 
to r,, thyrsus. 


337 




M'55 




i^^ M M » W 


338 




M'6 




K O l» #> »9 n 


339 




M'5 




U^ [no grapes] ; to r., ship's stem. 


340 




^•55 




Jl 9) i9 ff 


341 




^•5 




n. » Wing. 


342 




^•45 




99 ,9 thyrsus. 


343 




iE-45 




>» 99 99 


344 




^'45 




l> 99 19 


345 




?FrA5 




R:o 99 infield, AH. 


346 




/^•45 




99 9» 9» 99 


347 




^•4 




99 99 »9 O • 


348 




iE-45 




99 99 99 2 X2 • 








Period ^ 


III. B.O. 229-48. 


349 


75-6. 


iR-8 


Head of Dionysus r., 
bound with ivy. 


K: Pegasus r. 

below, 1^. [PI. XXIV. 1.] 


350 


69- 


iR-8 




99 99 


351 


75-5 


iR-85 




99 "P#- 


352 


77- 


iR-9 




99 ff 



136 



GORCYRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTerae. 



RoTerse. 



353 



354 



356 



366 



367 



358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 



364 



365 



366 



73- 

74-3 

75-2 



62-8 



72-7 
69-8 



81-4 



^•8 



M 



M 



JR 



M 



JR 



M 



76-7 M 



73^4 



70- 



77-4 
67-6 
72-4 



76 



JR 



JR 



JR 



JR 



M 



M 



75 



8 



75 



75 



8 



75 



8 



85 



85 



8 



8 



8 



Head of Dionysus 
bound with ivy. 



behind, A 



i> 



^ 



367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 



73 



73-8 
62-5 



58'8 



68-6 
70-8 



JR'Sb 



iR-85 



iR-85 



MS 
iR-85 



iR-9 



Head of Dionysus 
bound with ivy. 



r-, 



r., 



(double-struck.) 



H^ Pegasus r. 
below, yflj* . 

M. 



I) 



»> 



>f 



»9 



>t 



t9 



M 



>> >f 



99 



99 



99 



99 






[PL XXIV. 2.] 



99 



99 



„ ttf . [mon. of city wanting.] 



99 



99 



99 



^ Pegasus r. on prow of galley. 



below, f^. 



fi 



99 



above, fi^ ; palm in mouth of 
Pegasus. [PI. XXIV. 3.] 



9» 



99 



If 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



beloWy XR * 



CORCTRA. 



137 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



373 



374 



375 



376 



377 



378 



379 



380 



381 



382 



48*3 



44-6 



47-8 



41-7 



49-3 



M'7 



M'7 



M'7b 



M'7 



M'76 



40-2 



37-4 



34-9 



37-2 



36-6 



iR-5 



iR-55 



iR-56 



iR-55 



iR-6 



Head of Diono r., veiled 
and laur. 



Dione wears stephane, not 
wreath. 



ta 



» 



99 



99 



99 



99 



behind, 3\ . • 

C^ Head of Aphrodite 
L, hair confined with 
kerchief. 



inscr., P( 



99 



99 



Pegasus r. ; all in laurel-wreath. 



beneath, S • [PI. xxiv, 4.] 



»» 



»> 



99 



iJ 



n 



»> 



>f 



hf 



[PI. XXIV. 5.] 



Pegasus 1. 



[PI. XXIV. 6.] 



* This coin, as well as nos. 865,6 preceding, and nos. 394,5 following, 
might be given to Leueas or to Heraolea. Dr. Imhoof-Blamer (Num. Zeit. 
X. 104) accepts the latter attribution ; bat, with apparent inconsistency, he 

retains as Goroyrean the pieces with the monogram ^ (L o. p. 155) ; yet, 

if ^ be not a mint-mark, Vh need not be, and the other monograms 3\) 

^ , wonid take their place better in the series of Oorcyra than elsewhere. 
It is most unlikely that Heraclea, a town of very small importance, issued 
antonomons silver coins except the rare pieces of Corinthian type with the 
mint-mark PH ; and it is to the last degree unlikely that it shonld have 
issued three sets of coins identical in type with three sets of pieces of Cor- 
cyra, the like of which occnr at no other city. 

T 



138 



OOROTRA. 



No. 


Wt 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reyene. 








Head of Apollo r., laur. 


If Pegasus r. 


383 


262 


iR-55 




below, SE . [PI. xxiT. 7.] 


384 


24- 


iR-6 




>» » 


385 


29-3 


iR-55 




91 n 


386 


18-7 


M'55 


behind^ ^. 

Head of Aphrodite 1., hair 
confined by crossing 
cords. 


fCO Pegasus 1. 


387 


24-8 


M'65 


behind, ^ . 


[PL XTTT. 8.] 


388 


26-6 


iR-6 


VI ff 




389 


22-3 


iR-55 


jy »> 


(inscr. retrograde.) 


390 


24-5 


iR-66 


ii >i 


» n 


391 


25-8 


M65 


Head of Aphrodite r., hair 
rolled and bound with 
taenia. 


Typer. 

R: Pegasus r. 


392 


28-4 


iR-6 


behindj B • 


[PI. XXIT. 9.] 


393 


24-7 


iR-6 


yy yy 

Female head r., hair bound 
with taenia. 


Pegasus r. 


394 


21-7 


iR-65 


behind, ^ . 


below, \ff . 



GORGTRA. 



13 



No. 


Wt. 


MetoL 
Size. 


Obrene. 


ReTorae. 








Head of Dionynua r^ 
crowned with iry. 


Fegasos r. 


395 


261 


iR-66 


behindj A . 

Head of Dionysiis r., 
crowned with ivy. 


below, bnnch of grapes. 

[PI. TXTT. 10.] 

Kantharos ; above, bunch of grapes. 


396 




MS 




Ko 


397 




Ml 




„ [PI. mr. 11.; 


398 




Ml 




ft 


399 




M'7 




» 


400 




^•75 




It 


401 




m-l 




f> 


402 




MS 




« 


403 




M*1 




»> 


404 




/Fr6^ 




f) 


405 




Mn 




» 


406 




^•65 




H^ ; to r., bunch of grapes. 


407 




^•65 




>» >i yy 


408 




Ml 




• >» >» II 



140 



OORCTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyene. 


1 
Reverse. 








Head of Dionysus r., 
crowned with ivy. 


KantharoB ; above, bunch of grapesr 


409 


\ Ail '75 




T ; to r., trident. 

1 


410 




M-7 




1 
11 toL, » 


411 




iE-65 




19 f> 9» 


412 




M-7 




^ ; to r., star. 


413 




M'Q5 




>i >» ♦> 


414 




^•75 


• 


fl to 1., trident ; to r., p . 


415 




^.'75 




• 

9> n ff t) 1' 


416 




iE-8 




P Jl M >l » 


417 




^•75 




<f ; to r., A . 


418 




iE-66 




R: M CE- 


419 




^•65 


Headof Dionysus, crowned 
with ivy. 


I) » » 

Amphora, bound with wreath ; above, 
bunch of grapes. 


420 


^•75 


Type r. 


K o 


421 

1 


JE -75 


>t 


>♦ 


.422 




MS 


n 


f [PI. «iv. 12.] 



OOROYRA. 



141 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obyerse. 



423 



424 



425 



426 



427 



428 



429 



430 



431 



432 



433 



434 



435 



436 



Reverse. 



M'lb 



M'lb 



M'l 



iE-8 



M'lb 



iE-75 



^•8 



iB-75 



iE-76 



iB-8 



-ffl-8 



Head of Dionysus, crowned 
with ivy. 



Type r. 



fj 



9y 



99 



ff 



Typel. 



99 



J> 



99 



J> 



99 



Amphora, bound with wreath; above, 
bunch of grapes. 



«P 



i» 



K I to r., comucopiae. 



<f „ thyrsus. 



» 9t 



K o 



9« 



l> 



«l 



iE-76 



^•7 



^•75 



Head of Dione r., wearing 
laureate Stephanos and 
veil. 



T ,) reaping-hook 1 



„ „ bunch of grapes. 



91 »y 



J> 



K O Bull's head, bound with 
sacrificial fillet; all in wreath of 
laurel. 



above, star. 



J 



142 



OOBOTRA. 



No. 



Wt 



Metftl. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



ReTene. 



437 



438 



439 



440 



441 



442 



443 



444 



445 



446 



447 



448 



iE3-8 



iE'75 



iE-75 



iE-75 



iE-75 



iE'8 



^•75 



^•7 



M'Bb 



M'7S 



Head of Dione r., wearing 
laureate Stephanos and 
yeil. 



^-9 



behind, t 



(restruck.)^ 



(restnick.)^ 



K O Bull's heady bound with 
sacrificial fillet; all in wreath of 
laureL 

above, star. 



„ A . [PI. XXIV. 13.] 



9) » 



„ A I. 



„ star ; to L, A ' 



>I »l )9 t' 



W 9f l> if 



Heads jugate r. of Dio- 
nysus and veiled female 
Divinity.t 



O >| Bull's head, facing. 



iE-7 



Head of Dionysus r.^ 
crowned with ivy. 



K O P Forepart of galley r.' 
below, N . [PL XXIV. 14.] 



* Former types, Head of DionyBUs ; Rev. Amphora, aboye, bunch of grapes, 
t Perhaps only a head of Dione, strack twice, the coin being somewhat 
obscure. 



COBOTRA. 



143 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyene. 


ReverBe. 








Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident on shoulder. 


R:0 Bull's head; all in laurel- 
wreath. 


449 




M-65 




inscr., P. 


450 




JE-65 




99 99 


451 




M-7 






462 




M-7 




[PI. XXIV. 15.] 


453 




JE-7 






454 




M'65 






455 




JE-7 




above, j^ . 


456 




M-7 




99 >I 


457 




iE-65 




i> A. 


458 




M-7 




„ AT. 


459 




M-7 




11 »f 


460 




M-7 


^ 


» M- 


461 




M'65 




19 99 


462 




M-7 


• 


>9 >* 


463 




M-75 




*f » 


464 




M-7 




» « 



144 



CX)ROYRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Hatdi. 
Kze. 


ObTonw. 


RoTene. 


\ 






Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident on shoulder. 


K: O Bull's head; all in laurel- 
wreath. 


465 




M-65 




above, f</f . 


466 




M-6 




If 99 


467 




iE-6 




inscr., |f ; to 1., ^ . 


468 




JE-6 


Head of Poseidon r., 
bound with taenia 1 


)) }) II i» 
(|C O Trident erect, ornate. 


469 




M'7 






470 




JE-66 






471 




M-75 


Head of Bione r., laur. 
and wearing veil. 


Kr Aplustre. 


472 




JE-8 




to r., J^. 


473 




M-8 




II » 


474 




JE'7 




11 /fi • 


476 




M'65 


• 


II « 


476 




JE-7 


Dione wears pointed ste- 
phane. 


„ %i . [PL XXIV. 16.] 


477 




M-5& 




in field, Z A • 



OORCYRA. 



145 



No. 


Wt. 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obvene. 


ReTorBO. 








Head of Poseidon r. 


KOPKY Ear of com. 


478 




^•85 


Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


to 1., P. 

• 

R: Bull's head, facing. 


479 




M'5 




to r., %i. 


480 




M'6 




99 9i 


481 




M'5 


Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


„ „ [PL XXIV. 17.] 

KOPKY Forepart of galley r. ; on 
PAiriN the side of it, N 1 KA. 


482 




iE-85 




to 1., /y j to r., ^ ; helow, E - 


483 




^•86 




n 99 »9 99 99 99 


484 




iE-85 




99 9) 99 99 


485 




iE-76 




below, ^ ; NIKA wanting 


486 




/^•75 




99 r\ > >9 99 


487 




iE-75 




»9 f\ 9 »9 >9 








For Victoriatus of Corcyra, with the monograms ^ , f^ ; and 








for Quinarius, with the type of the Dioscuri, anH the mono- 








grams ^ , /f, 868 Roman 


series. 



u 



146 



CORCYRA. 



No. 




Obrene. 



488 



489 



490 



491 



492 



493 



494 



495 



496 



497 



498 



ReTono. 



^•9 



JE'Sb 



iE-85 



iE-85 



iE-9 



With names ofFryiwMs, 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



Ariateas. 

KOPKY 
PAiriN 



Forepart of galley r. ; 
below, API5TEAZ. 



[PL XXIV. 18.] 



iKl-05 



iEl 



iEl-1 



iE105 



iEM 



^El- 



Heads jugate r. of young 
Herakles, in lion's skin, 
and of Corcyra, wearing 
stephane. 



countermark, 4^. 



KOPKYPAiriN Forepart of 

galley r.; on it, NIKA; above, 

APIZTEAZ 
APIZTilNOZ 



(countermark, bucranium.) 



i» 



>9 



below, pistrix r. 



n »» 



„.„ „.„„ APICT€AC 
mag. name, aPICTONOC 



»» 



M 



OOROTBA. 



147 



No. 


Wt 


Matal. 
Sixe. 


ObTene. 


Reverse. 








Damoetratus. 


499 




MS 


Head of young Hemkles 
r., in lion's d^in. 


P Forepart of galley r. ; above, 
AAMO 

CTPATOC 


600 




M'Sb 






501 




MS 






602 




M'86 






603 




iE-85 












Herodes. 








Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


B Forepart of galley r.; above, 

HPflAHC. 


604 




M'Sb 






605 




JE'S 






506 




M'Sb 


countennark, /^ 




507 




M'76 


Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident behind shoulder. 


• 
f: Aplustrejinfield, HPnAHC. 


508 




JE-eb 




[PL XTiv. 19.] 


'509 




.E -66 







148 



OORGTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


ReTone. 








Menander. 








Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's ekin. 


KOPKY Forepart of galley r.; 

PAinN , , MENAN 

"®^o^» APOZ 


610 




M'7 


» 




511 




^•65 






512 




M-eb 






513 




JE'7 












Nicanor. 








Head of young Heraklen 
r., in lion's skin ; club 
on shoulder. 


KOPKYPAinN Forepart of 
gaUey r.; above, NIKANIIP. 


514 




iE-95 






515 




^•85 






516 




M'2 


countermark, /[. 




517 


• 


M'9 


9» S» 




518 




msb 


»> W 




519 




/R-9 


99 » 


countermark, yS^. 


520 




iE-85 


>9 n 


» n 



OORCTRA. 



149 



No. 



Wt. 



MeUL 
Size. 



Obvenie. 



Reyerse. 



521 



522 



523 



524 



525 



526 



527 



528 



^•7 



^•7 



iE-65 



iB*85 



KOPKY[P]AinN 

Aplustre. 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



(countermark, f^ .) 



NIKA 

Nnp 



[PL XXIV. 20.] 



NIKA 

NO 

POZ 



within laurel- wreath. 



^•8 



^•8 



JE'S 



JE'9 



f^ Nike advancing 1., 
with wings spread. 



to 1., pedum. 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



Strato. 

Forepart of galley r. ; ahove, ZTPA 

TON 



Inscr. obscure. Forepart of galley r. ; 
below, LTjPATON . 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



Sosigenes. 

KOPKV Forepart of galley t. ; be- 

PAinN low, znzirENHZ. 



150 



COROTBA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTsrae. 


Reyene. 








Soatratus. 




529 




;r-8 


Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin; on 
back of head, 51 ^ 


KOPKY 
PAIXIN 


Forepart of galley r. ; 
below, Z1U.1 PATl 


530 




MS 














Phalacros. 










Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


KOPKY 
PAinN 


Forepart of galley r. ; 
onit, NIKA; below, 
♦AAAKPOZ. 


531 




M'9 




behind, £. 




532 




M'S6 






[PL XXT. 1.] 


533 




/R-85 








534 




-ffi-9 




» H 




535 




^•9 




II » 










Philo. 










Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


9r Forepart of galley r. ; above, 
♦lAHN. 


536 




^•95 








537 




iE-85 








538 




^'85 


countermark, wreath. 







COROTBA. 



151 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTene. 


Reverse. 








Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


K^ Forepart of galley r. ; above, 


539 




^•85 


coimtermark, wreath. 




540 




JE'9 


Head of Poseidon r. laor., 
trident on shoulder. 


• 

9- Aplustre; in field, to left, 

tiAnN. 

• 


541 




M'7 


countermark, wreath. 


m 


542 




JE'7 


ft >» 




543 




iE-65 




inscr., iJI. 


544 




iE-75 




99 II 


545 




JE S 


a If 


II II 


546 




JE'Bb 


Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion*s skin. 


P Forepart of galley r. ; above, 
♦lAOJN . 


C47 




^.•9 




• 


548 




iE-95 












Philonidas. 








Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident on shoulder. 


KOPKYPAinN Forepart of gaUey 
r.; above, tlAANIAAZ. 


549 




iE-85 




[PL XIV. 2.] 


550 




JR'9 







152 



OOBOTRA. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTerse. 



Reverse. 



551 




iE-85 


552 




iE-85 


653 




JE'9 


554 




JE'S 


555 




M'9 


556 




JE'9 


557 




Ml-OB 


558 




Ml'OB 


559 




JE I'l 


560 




JEV 


561 




JE'76 


562 




M'l 



Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident on shoulder. 



Head of Poseidon r., 
with hair streaming; 
on shoulder, trident. 



KOPKYPAIflN Forepart of galley 
r. ; ahove, ^lAANIAAZ. 



countermark, bucranium. 



9) 



19 



KOPKYPAIflN Forepart of galley 
r.; above, ^lAHNIAAC 



Heads jugate r. of Hera- 
kles Jaur., and of Cor- 
cyra, wearing ivy-wreath. 



countermark, bucraniu m 



f) 



f) 



Head of Poseidon r. laur., 
trident on shoulder. 



Philotas. 

KOPKYPAIflN Forepart of galley 
r. ; above, ♦lAflTAZ; below, 
dolphin entwined round trident. 



KOPKYPAIflN Bull r. galloping; 
below, 4>l AflTA^ . 

[PL XXV. 3.] 



GORCTRA. 



153 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObYone. 


Reverse. 








Countermarked coins : uncertain name. 








Head of young Herakles, 
in lion's skin. 


Forepart of galley. 


563 




M'S5 


countermark, /( . 


countermark, fif . 


564 




iE-9 


91 }> 


n 1) 


565 




^rS6 


„ [^ , wreath. 


»> >9 


566 




iE-9 


» rO >» 


„ „ [PL JLXV. 4.] 


567 




^rS 


>i n 


n it 








Period TX. B.O. 48— a.d. 138. 




\ 




KOPKYP AIWN Bust 
of Corcyra r. laur. 


KOPKYPAIWN GaUey 1., with 
rowers. 


568 




/FA- 






569 




iE-9 


KOPKYPA Bust of 
Apollo r. laur. ; in front, 
lyre. 


helow, dolphin L 

Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated L on throne with high 
back; holds sceptre. 


570 




^1- 




[PL XXV. 5.] 


571 




iE-95 






572 




^1-06 






573 




iE10& 






574 




^105 







154 



COBCYRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



575 



576 



577 



578 



579 



580 



581 



582 



583 



584 



585 



586 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



iE-95 



^1" 



JSl-05 



KOPKYPA Bust of 
Apollo r. laur. ; in front, 
lyre. 



inscr., KOP KV[PA. 



Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with high 
back ; holds sceptre. 



inscr., 



99 



fJ 



MS 



JES 



^•75 



M'9 



KOPKYPAIWN Bust 
o^ Apollo r. laur. ; in 
front, lyre and ^ 
CAktuk). 



KACCIOC 
„ Z€VC KACCI[oC 



Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Caaius, 
seated 1. on throne with back; 
holds patera and sceptre. 



^•8 



^•8 



^•95 



^ Bust of Apollo r. 
laur. ; in front, lyre. 



Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated r. on throne with back. 



iE-65 



^•7 



in place of mon. and lyre, 
KoPK YPAIWN 

Apollo standing 1. ; holds 
laurel-branch and bow. 



Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back; 
holds sceptre. 

[PI. XXV. 6.] 



COROTRA. 



155 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Beverse. 








AfPEVC Agreu8(Aris- 
taeus) 1. bearded, wear- 
ing long chiton; holds 


ZEVC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated L on throne with high 
back ; holds sceptre. 








comucopiae. 




587 




M'Sb 






588 




MS 




[PL XXY. 7.] 


589 




^•75 




• 


590 




^•85 


countermark^ dolphin. 

AfPE VC Agreus 1. 
standing in shrine be- 
tween two columns ; 
holds comucopiae. 


Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back; 
holds sceptre. 


591 




iE-85 






592 




MS 






593 




MS 






594 




MS 






595 




MS 


no inscr. 


• ^, Z€VC 
inscr., KACIOC 


596 




MS5 


99 


[PI. IXT. 8.] 


597 




M'76 


>» 

Z€VC KACloC Zeus 

Casius, seated 1. on 
throne with back ; holds 
sceptre. 


KOPKY PA Pegasus 1., gaUoping. 


598 




^rQ5 






599 




MS 




[PI. IXT. 9.] 


600 




MS 







156 



CORCTRA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTorse. 


Reyerse. 








Z€VC KACIOC Zeus 
Gasius, seated 1. on 
throne with back; holds 


KOP Amphora. 
KYPA 


601 




;r-65 


sceptre. 




602 




JE'6 




« 


603 




M'55 


3V3S (retrograde.) 




604 




JE '55 




[PI. XXV. 10.] 


605 




M-e 




inscr., KOP KYPA 


606 




JE'55 




>» M 


607 




iE-6 




„ „ [PI. XXV. 11.] 


608 




^•65 




„ KOPK VPAIWN. 


609 




iE-66 


KOPK Bust of 
Poseidon r., bound 
with taenia ; trident 
on shoulder. 


K OP KYPA Dionysus 1., riding 
on panther. 


610 




iE-56 






611 




iE-6 






612 




^•56 






613 




JE-e 


Bust of Poseidon r. ; tri- 
dent on shoulder. 


KOP KY PAI (0 Bullr., 
standing. 



OORCTRA. 



167 



No. 


Wt. 


Motal. 
Size. 


Obvorse. 


ReTorae. 








KOPKY PAIWN Head 
of Poseidon r. ; in front, 
trident. 


KOPKV PAIWN Amphora. 


614 




M'7 






615 




^•65 






616 




M'7 






617 




iE-65 


• 

Head of Poseidon r. ; tri- 
dent on shoulder. 


KOPKY PAIWN Amphora; in 
it, branch. 


618 




^•66 


Bust of Poseidon r.; tri- 
dent on shoulder; be- 
low, dolphin r. 


KVPA 

KOP Amphora, of different form. 


619 




iE-65 






620 




iE-66 






621 




iE-65 


KOP KVPA Bust of 
Poseidon r. ; trident on 
shoulder. 


[PL XIV. 12.] 

KOPK VPA Amphora; above it, 
wreath. 


622 




^•7 






623 




JE'7 






624 




JE'7 




[PI. XIV. 13.] 



158 



CORGTRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Reverse. 



625 



626 



627 



628 



629 



630 



631 



632 



633 



16341 



JE'9 



M'S5 



MS 



JEi'7 



M'7 



M'9 



j:-75 



M'S 



Coins countermarked Aios Kao-iov: probably dedicated in the 

temple of Zeus Casius. 

KACIO (twice over.) Z^ coin of Corcyra 1 [PL xiv. 14.] 



» 



99 



>i Hl« 



II 



Al' KA 



KACIO 



^'kA 



KACIO 



l> 



11 



[PL xxT. 15.] 



» 



19 



coin of Lacedaemon. 



coin of Cnidus. 



2J (twice), coin of Nero and Poppaea? 



IiCFERiAL Coinage. 
Antoninus Pius. 



ATAI ANTWN 

Bust r., bare-headed. 



M'96 



JEl' 



A TIAIK ANTWN 

Bust r. 



Z€VC KACIOC Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back; 
holds sceptre. 



Similar. 



[PL XXVI. L] 



CORCTRA. 



159 



No. 


Wt. 


MeUl. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








ANTWNINOC 

Bust r. 


KOP KYPA Ares bearded r., his 
foot on a rock; holds spear and 
sword, which is slung round waist. 


635 




M'96 




[PL XXVI. 2.] 


636 




/Fr95 


ATAI K ANTO) 
NINO[C Bustr. 

Similar) 


Similar. 

KOP KVPA Bust of Apollo r. 
laur. ; in front, lyre. 


637 




M'96 




[PL XXVI. 3.] 








M. Aurelius. 


638 




M'9 


PH ANTWN 

Bust r. laur. 


KOPKVPAIWN KACCIOC 

Zeus Gasius, seated 1. on throne 
with back ; holds sceptre. 


639 




iE-8 


Inscr. obscure. Head r. 
laur. 


KOPKV PAIOJN Similar type. 


640 




JE'S 


AKMAV ANTajN€l 

Head r. laur. 

AKMA N€l NOC 

Head r. laur. 


KOPKV PAIWN Agreus stand- 
ing 1. ; holds comucopiae. 

Same inscr. Agreus standing L, in 
niche between two columns. 


641 




M'75 




[PL XXVI. 4.] 


642 




MS 


ANTOJNIN 

Head r. bare. 


Similar, 



160 



CORCYRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



643 



644 



645 



646 



647 



648 



649 



G50 



M'9 



M'S5 



M-d 



AKMAVPAN Headr. 
laur. 



ANTWNI 

Bust r. laur. 



ANTWNIN 

Bust r. laur. 



KOPKV PA I (ON Ares standing 
r., holding spear and sword ; foot 
on rock. 



Similar. 



YPA Similar type. 



iE-86 



.E-8 



MS 



iE-85 



AKAOVKIO 
AlOC BKP 

laur. 



VPH 

Bust r. 



AK PHAIOC BH 

Head r. laur. 



KAOVKIOC AVPH 
AIBHP Bust r. laur. 



L. Verus. 

KOPKY PAIWN Zeus Caaius, 
seated 1. on throne with back ; 
holds sceptre. 



A I (ON Agreus stand- 
ing L, in niche between two 
columns. 



^•9 



AKAOVKIOC AVPH 
AlOC BHP Bustr. 
laur. 



KOPKV PA I (ON Ares standing 
r., holds spear and sword; foot 
on jock. 

[PI. XXVI. 5.] 



Similar. 



CORCYRA. 



161 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obveree. 


Reverae. 



,651 



i652 



653 



654 



655 



656 



657 



658 



A\.l 



AOVKIAAA C€B 

Bust r. 



LuciUa. 

K OPKVPA I WN Galley L, 
with rowers. 



^•9 



KOM KAICAP 

Bust r., bare-headed. 



CJomniodiis. 



KOPKV PAIWN Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back ; 
holds sceptre. 



.a: -9 



JE'75 



Inscr. obscure. Bust r. 



AKOMOAO KAICAP 

Bust r. 



M'7b 



iE-75 



.E-75 



JEl 



AKMAAN KOMOAO 

Head r. laur. 



Same inscr. Ares standing r., holds 
spear and sword ; foot on rock. 



Same inscr. Agreus 1., holds cor- 
nucopiae. 

[PI. XXVI. 6.1 



Same inscr. Agreus 1., in shrine 
between two pillars. 



Septimius Severus. 



AVTKAC€n C€VH 

pocn€P Avr 

Head r. laur. 



KOPKV PAIWN Ares r. stand- 
ing, holds spear and sword ; foot 
on rock. 



162 



COBCYRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



659 



1660 



061 



662. 



663 



664 



665 



666 



667 



608 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obveree. 



Reverse. 



^1-06 



^1-06 



AKACEnC EBH 
POCriE Headr.laur. 



uE 1-05 



ADCEBHPO DHEP- 

C€B Head r. laur. 



!/E 1 



A KACEHL EBH 

POC HE Headr.laur. 



CEBHPO CnEP. 

CE Head r. laur. 



^El 



. t 



^1-05 



ACCEBH HEPCE 

Head r. laur. 



AKACEnC EBH 

POCriE Headr.laur. 



K OPK V Pegasus bridled r., 
PAIflN galloping. 

[PI. XXVI. 7.] 



Similar. 



KOPKV P Ain N Galley r., 
with 'sail and rowers, amid waves. 



[PL XXVI. 8.] 



Similar. 



Similar. 



JEl 



^105 



iEl-05 



JE 1-05 



KOPKV P Al n N Galley r., 
with sails and rowers; on the 
prow, Nike r. holding wreath and 
palm ; beneath, waves and dolphin. 

on apJustre, Phrygian cap. 
[PI. xxvr. 9.] 



ACCEBHPO CnEP 

CE Head r. laur. 



Similar. 



(no dolphin.) [PL xxvi. 10.] 



CORCTBA. 



163 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerse. 


Reverse. 








Julia Domna. 








lOVAIA AOMNA 
C€BACT Bust r. 


KOP K Y Pegasus, bridled, gal- 
PAIflN loping r. 


669 




iElK)5 




[P1.XXTI. 11.] 


« 




• 


lOVAIA AOMNA C 

Bust r. 


Similar. 


670 




JEM 












Caracalla, Caesar. 








AKMAAN TON El 
NOC Bustr, laur. 


KOPKV PAIflN Zeus Casiiis, 
seated 1. on tlirone with high 
back ; holds sceptre. 


671 




^1- 






672 




JE-95 






673 




JEl- 


Similar. 


KOPKV PAIflN Ares r. stand- 
ing, holds si)ear and sword ; foot 
on rock. 


674 




iE-95 






675 




iE-76 


MAVAN TON El 
NOC Bust r. laur. 


KOPKVPAI XIN Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with higli 
back ; holds sceptre. 


676 




JE -75 


Similar. 


KO P KVPAI flN Dionysus, 
seated on jiantlier galloping 1. 



164 



CORCYRil, 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



677 



678 



079: 



680 



y 



681 



682 



683 



684 



685 



iEl 



/El 



/E-1 



^1-06 



^1-06 



^1-05 



JEl' 



Caracalla, Augustus. 



AAAAVANTnN€l 
NOC AV BPI Head 
r. laur. 



MAAVANTONCI 
NOCEVAVBPI 

Head r. laur. 



AAAAVANTONCI 
NOCAVBPIT Head 
r. laur. 



.El 



NOC €VC 

AVrBPIT Head r. 
laur. 



^1 



6VCAVBPI 

Head r. laur. 



KOPK V 
PAinN 



Pegasus, bridled, gal- 
loping r. 



KOP KV Galley r., with sail and 
PAIflN rowers; below, waves. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



VM SO>l Similar tyiK*. 

i/iniAs 



CORCYRA. 



165 



No. Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



686 



687 



688 



689 



690 



691 



692 



693 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



JEl'2 



JE-9 



HAAVTIA AAC€ 
BACTH Bust r. 



Similar. 



Plautilla. 

KOPKVP Zeus naked, facing, 
Ol)N holding long scep- 

tre, between Ares r., who holds 
spear and sword and rests foot 
on rock, and Hora 1. veiled, whose 
r. hand is outstreched. 

[PL XXVI. 12.] 



KOPKYP AIWN Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back ; 
holds sceptre. 



M'9 



JE'9 



JE'9 



Ml 



^M 



M'9b 



HAAVTI AAACCBA 

Bust r. 



HAAVTI AAAC€ 
BACT Bust r. 



HAAVTI AAAC€BA 

Bust r. 



HAAVTIA AAC€ 
BACTH Bust r. 



HAAVTI AAAC 

Bust r. 



HAAVTI AAACCBA 

Bust r. 



KOPKV PAIOJN Ares standing I 
T., holds spear and sword; foot 
rests on rock. 

[PI. XXVI. 13.] 



KOP KVPAIWN Pallas stand 
ing 1., holds Kike and sceptre. 



KOPKY PAIWN Bust of Apollo 
r. laur. ; in front, spray of laurel. 

[PI. XXVI. U.] 

KOPKV Pegasus, bridled, gallop- 
PAIWN ingr. 



Similar. 



Galley r., with sails and 
rowers; on the prow, Pallas 
Promachos r. ; below, waves. 



166 



GORCYRA. 



No. 



Wt. 



694 



695 



696 



697 



698 



699 



700 



701 



702 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



i^'95 



iE-95 



^1 



'iE-95 



.^•9 



iE-95 



^•95 



M'75 



M'ld 



AC€ r€ TACKAI 

Bust r., bare-headed. 



Geta, Caesar. 



KOPKV PAIflN Zeus Casius, 
seated 1. on throne with back ; 
holds sceptre. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



KOPKV PAIflN Ares r. stand- 
ing, holds spear and sword ; foot 
on rock. 



Same inscr. Hera 1. standing, veiled ; 
r. hand advanced. 



Geta, Augustus. 



AKnOCE PETAL C€ 

Bust r. laur. 



Inscr. obscure, 
laur. 



Bust r. 



Similar] 



KOPKV PAIflN Ares r. stand- 
ing, holds spear and sword; foot 
on rock. 



Same inscr. Hera L standing, veiled ; 
r. hand advanced. 



KOP KVPAIWN Dionysus 1., 
riding on panther. 



CORCTRA. 



167 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



703 



704 



Ml 



iEl-05 



n CCnriMIOC r€ KOP KV Pegasus r., gaUoping. 



TAC€YCAVrBPI 

Head r. laur. 



n C€nTiMioc r€ 

TAC€YCAYrBPIT 

Head r. laur. 



PAIflN 



Same inscr. Galley r., with sails 
and rowers ; below, waves. 



168 



ACARNAKIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



1 



28-7 



ACARNANIA, 



Fourth century b.c. 



M'5 



Horned head of man- 
headed bull (Acheloiis), 
facing. 



A K Head of nymph Callirhoe, 
facing, bound with taenia. 



[PL XXVII. 1.] 



For coins of Corinthian standard and types, with the inscrijv 
tion /( I see Colonies of Corinth. 



2 



155-1 Ml 



The Acarnanian League. 
About B.a 229-168. 



Head of man-headed bull 
(Acheloiis) r., beardless. 



115-9 



Ml 



158-2 Ml' 



156-1 Ml 



U7-5 



JRl'06 



153-2 Ml'l 



8 



146- 



Ml'O 



behind, AYKOYProZ 



»» 



»> 



)) 



>> 



f» 



»> 



AKAPNANXIN ApoUo Actiiis, 
naked, seated L on throne ; holds 
in r., strung bow; 1. elbow rests 
on support. 

[PL xxvir. 2.] 



toL, A- 



i» 



»» 



)» 



»f 



»> 



AKAPNANAN 



99 »> 



.. S 



J> >» 



„ ear of corn ; to r., <>EPEAAO£ 
in place of inscr. 



AOARNAKIA. 



169 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
SiM. 



Obverse. 



Reversa. 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



U 



15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



78' 



77-7 



70-2 



75-7 



61-2 



113-5 



Ml 



M'lb 



iR-8 



Ml 



iR'8 



M\ 



iE-95 



iE-85 

iE-8 

iE-85 

^•9 

.-£•85 



Head of man-headed bull 
(Achelo^) r., beardless. 

behind, AYKOYPrOZ . 



AKAPNANflN ApoUo Actiiis, 
nakedj seated I. on throne ; holds 
in r., Strang bow; 1. elbow rests 
on support. 



»> 



» 



it 



AlZXPiriN 
AiZXPinNOZ 



u m AKAPN ANnN 



AKAPNANflN Head 
of man-headed bull r., 
beardless. 



AKAPNANHN Head 
of Apollo r., laur. ; hair 
long. 



to 1., A . [PI. xxvii. 3.] 



„ comucopiae ; on throne, y^. 



OPZIKPAT[OYX 
AEIIN 

MENN EIAZ Artemis^ clad in 
short chiton and endromides, run- 
ning r. ; holds in both hands, 
torch ; quiver at shoulder 

to r., torch. [PL xivii. 4.] 



OVAN Similar figure of Artemis ; 
all in oak- wreath. 

to r., anchor. [PI. xxvir. 5.] 



Head of Zeus r., laur. /|L Head of Acheloiis r., bearded. 

below, API (1) ; behind, above, trident r. [PI. s.XYn, 6.J 
eagle looking back« ! 



Head of young Herakles A 
r., in lion's skin. 



Similar. 



below, A. 



'PI. xxTir. 7.] 



7, 



170 



ACARNAKIA, 



No. 



Wt. 



Metol. 
Size. 



Objene. 



Berene. 



21 



22 



23 



24 



iE-96 



^'8 



^-9 



^•9 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 



countermark^ trophy. 



Head of Acheloiis L j above, tri- 
dent 1. 



[PI. xxrn. 8.] 



ANAOTORIUM. 



171 



No. 


Wi. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyerae. 


Reyene. 








ALYZTA. 








Fourth century b.c. 








Head of Pallas r., in 


AAY Head of bearded Herakles 








crested Athenian hel- 


r., in lion's skin. 








met. 




1 




^•7 




behind, club. [PL xxvii. 9.] 








For staters of Corinthian standard and types, with inscrip- 








tions AAYIAIXIN , AAY, «ee Colonies of Corinth. 








ANACTORTUM. 








For coins of Anactorium of the early and fine periods, struck 








on the Corinthian standard and with Corinthian typos, with 








inscriptions ANAKTOPiEIlN , ANAKTOPIilN, ANAK, 








ANA , AN , N, AJ , A , «ec Colonies of Corinth. 








B.C., ahout 250-167. 








Head of Zeus r., laur. 


^; all in laurel<*wreath. 


1 


35-5 


iR-6 




in field, ^ . [PI. xxra. 10.] 


2 


33*2 


iR-55 




„ B O 1 . [mon., fii'] 


Head of Apollo 1., laur. 


AN AKTOPIEflN Lyre. 


3 




iE 75 


in front, AYSI . 


to 1., thymiaterion. [PL xxni. 11.] 



172 



4GARNANU 



No. 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



8 



9 

10 
11 



Wt. 




Obverse. 



Revene. 



ARGOS AMPHILOCHTCUM. 

Fourth century b.c. 

For staters of Corinthian standard and types, with inscrip- 
tions APrElflN , APrEI , AP, AM<W , A , «^e Colonies of 
Corinth. 



M'75 

M'7 
' JSj *o 
iE-75 
M'7 
M'76 



.«-7 



12 



JE'6 
JE'Q 



Toung male head r., with 
short hair (Hermes V), 



Type 1, 



>j 



>» 



f> 



Head of Hermes r., with 
short hair; petasus be- 
hind neck. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
close-fitting Athenian 
helmet. 



APPEIXIN Dog at bay r. 

below, wreath. (Dog wears collar.) 
[PL xxTii. 12.] 

„ ANTI*. [PI. XXVII. 13.] 



in ex.y petasus. 



» 



>» 



APPEI Dog wearing collar, reclin- 
ing r. and looking back. 

[PI. XXVII. U.] 



AjPrElflN Owll. 



in front, spear-head. [PI. xxvii. 15.] 



>» 



>» 



M'6 



Similar type. 



A Owl r., on branch. 



HKRAOLBA. 



173 




Obverse. 



Reverie. 



A8TACUS. 
B.O. 350-250. 

For stater of Corinthian standard and types^ with inscription 
A S and a cray-fish in the field, tee Colonies of Corinth. 



CORONTA. 

B.O. 350-250. 

For staters of Corinthian standard and types, with inscrip- 
tions K O P, K ^ possibly struck at Coronta, §ee Colonies of 
Corinth. 



HERACLEA. 
For coins attributed to Heraclea^ see Corcyim, p. 137 and note. 



174 



AOABKANIA. 



No. 



Wi. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 



13 
14 



MetaL 
Sise. 



Obyene. 



ReTene. 



^•76 

M'76 

M'75 

jE-75 

^•75 

^•76 

jE-7 

MS 

M'75 

MS 

iE-75 



JB-6 
iE-65 



LEUCAS. 



For coins of the early and fine periods of Corinthian stan- 
dard and types, with inscriptions AEYKAAiAN , AEY, 
AE f /)c , A , ««0 Colonies of Corinth. 

Fourth century b.g. 



A Head of Pallas I., 
wearing crested Corin- 
thian helmet. 



Type r. 



11 



Chimaera, advancing L 



[PL xxvin. 1.] 



[PL xxTin. 2.] 



All the above coins restruck on coins of Philip IL of Mace- 
don ; obv., Head of Ares ; rev., ♦lAIPPOY Horseman. 



LBUCA8. 



175 



No. 


Wt 


Metal. 
Siu. 


Obvene. 


ReyeTBd, 






« 


^ Head of man-headed 
bull, river Achelous, r. 


/^ Chimaeray advancing L 


16 




ii!;-8 




[PL XXVIII. 3.] 


16 




-1?.-7 






17 




M-8 






18 




^•86 






19 




^•86 


Typel. 




20 




^•8 


y, [couniermarked.] 


[mon. wanting.] 








All restruck as the lasfc class. 


21 




M-7 


/( Head of Achelous r. 


f^ Ornamented trident^ erect ; be- 
side ity dolphin. 


22 




M7B 






23 




JE-76 


Typel. 


[PL xxvin. 4.] 


24 




JR'75 


fi 




26 




^.•65 


19 










All restrnck as the last class. 


26 

27 




iE-76 
JE'7 


Head of Aphrodite 1., 
wearing pointed ste- 
phane. 


Tridenty downwards. 

to L, A ; to r., dolphin. 

[PL XX VIII. 6.] 

}t ft 19 9f 


28 




M-7 




,1 dolphin. 


29 




M-7 




» Z> u bunch of grapes. 


30 




X7 


behind, S . 


M >t 99 9> 


31 




JE'B6 




99 99 



176 



AOARNAKM. 



:^o. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


1 








Bellerophon r. on Pegasus, 
thrusting with lance. 


Chimaem at bay r. 


32 




M'7 






33 




M'66 




in ex., AEY . [PL xxviii. 0.] 


34 




iE-65 




„ AEYKA. 

1 


35 




M'7 




1 


36 




M'7 




»f II 


37 




M-eb 




19 n 


38 




M'7 




aboYOj goat r. feeding un gtapes. 


39 




M'75 




in ex., AEY» trident. 


40 




M'65 




» •» »> t 


41 




JE-65 




below, „ „ 

* 
1 


42 




iG-65 




1 

y, COCK* 


43 




M'7 




behind, lily; in ex., mouse, AEY. 


44 




M'65 




above, kantharos; in ex., AEYK. 


45 




iE-65 




„ amphora. 


46 




iE-65 




I» 9i It }9 


47 




M'7 


Type 1. j in ex., AEY. 


48 




M'7 


>j p »» 


49 




M'7 




), ,i AEYKA . 


50 




M'7 


Type 1. 




51 




M'6b 


below, AEY. 


Type 1. [PI. xxviii. 7.] 


i52 




1 JE '7 


»i tj A • 


„ in ex.. rudder, <t>IAI . 



.53 1 



LE-651 



)i 



It 



»> 



•• 



LBUGAS. 



177 



No. 



Wt. 



MeUl. 

Sise. 



Obyene. 



Revdne* 



54 



55 



56 



57 



58 



59 



60 



61 



62 



63 



64 



65 



66 



67 



^-5 



M'5 



iE-5 



iE'65 



^•6 



^'65 



^-5 



A Pegaaua L, flying. 



Type r. 



f} 



iE-55 



M'5 



iB*5 



iE-55 



^•5 



iE-6 



i*:-5 I 



„ beneathj 2 



>» >i 



)> 



Pegasus r., flying. 



A Hofse's head L 



Ornamented trident, erect, 
to r.j O . 



to L, AE ; to r., ivy-leaf. 



„ AEY ; „ bunch of grapes. 



[PL xxTiii. 8.] 



„ bunch of grapes. 



„ AEY ; to r., bunch of grapes. 



» >» i» 



V 



^inj^ Trident, erect. 
aboTe, AOPI. 



inscr., AEYKAAI ; to L, AKPA 1 
[PL XXVIII. 9.] 

Dolphin L 

below, trident [PL xxviii. 10.] 



» » 



» n 



labovp, A. 



A A 



178 



AOABMAMIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



68 



69 



70 



71 



72 



73 



74 



75 



76 



77 



ObTene* 



^•75 



M-l 



^•75 



JE-55 



iE-6 



^•8 



^•6 



-^•6 



^•5 



M'% 



Head of Apollo 1., laur. 



behind, £• 



99 9> 



99 99 



99 99 



99 99 



99 99 



A Pegaaus r.^ flying. 



Rerene. 



AEY Prow of galley L 



below^ Z; galley adorned with Kike 
in quadriga. [PL xxtiii. 11.] 



99 99 J9 



99 



99 






99 



A; 



91 



99 £ 9 99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 99 99 



99 



99 



galley adorned with horse.* 
[Plxxvin. 12.] 

inscr. on galley^ which is bound with 
fillet ; below^ M. 



»9 99 



99 



99 99 



inscr. not seen ; below, M* 
[PI. XXVIII. 13.] 



AEY Forepart of galley 1. 



[PL xxvni. 14.] 



* Restmck on earlier ooin of Lenoaat oby.| BeUerophon on Pegafiu; 
rey., Ohimaera. 



LBUOAS. 



179 



Sike 



nth' 



,.1 





No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Sise. 


Obyene. 


ReTerae. 


1 
1 








After B.O. 168. . 


1 
1 

ll 

1 

1 
1 








Statue of Artemis stand- 
ing T. on base, clad in 
long chiton with diplois, 
her head surmounted by 
crescent; holds aplustre; 
beside her, stag r., and 
behind, sceptre sur- 
mounted by bird : all in 
wreath of laurel 


AEYKAAinN Prow of gaUey r., 
bound with laurel-wreath. 


1, 

!l 


78 


127- 


A -95 




above, AmMflN ; in front, 7^. 


1 


79 


126-5 


jai-06 


sceptre wanting. 


„ APirrOKAHZ, wreath; 

in front, J^ . 




80 


120-1 


A -9 


»» 


«t » <> ^/ • 


1 1 

1 

1 


81 


123-5 


M'9 


in front, ear of corn. 


.. API£TOMENHZ,club. 

[Bank. CJolL] 


1 1 


82 


125-5 


M'9 


behind, eagle on fulmen. 


„ BAOYOZ ; in front, ^ . 




83 


117-9 


Ml- 


99 19 


• 
1 




84 


123-1 


A -8 


sceptre wanting. 


1 

„ AHM APETOZ , torch (1) ; 

in front, A • 




85 


125-3 


Ml' 

• 




„ AAMOKPATHZ,, ^. 




86 


120-6 


iIl-85 




1, AAMYAOZ; „ mon. 
[PL zxTni. 15.] 




87 


118-5 


M'9 


in front, ear of corn. 


„ AtAKPITOZ. 




88 


123-2 


Ml' 


behind, comucopiae. 


„ 0]EOAfiPO£; „ mon. 

• 




89 


122- 


Ml' 


»» » 





180 



AOARNANIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


90 


124- 


91 


126-5 


92 


122-5 


93 


120-6 


94 


128-2 


95 


125-4 


96 


126-9 


97 


127-6 


98 


127- 


99 


126-8 


100 


118-2 


101 


122-5 


102 


123-3 


103 


125-9 



Obverfle. 



iR-95 



MV 



iR-95 



iR-85 



iR-85 



Ml 



Ml 



M'9 



iR-85 



M'9 



iR-95 



M'9 



Ml 



M'9 



Statue of Artemis stand- 
ing r. on base, clad in 
long chiton with diplois, 
her head surmounted by 
crescent ; holds aplustre ; 
beside her, stag r., and 
behind, sceptre sur- 
mounted by bird : all in 
wreath of laurel. 

sceptre wanting. 



behind, eagle on fulmen. 



»i 



9» 



Reverso, 



AEYKAAIfiN Prow of galley r., 
bound with laurel-wreath. 



above, OEOKAHZ, crescent and] 

star ; in fronts ^ . 



on arm of Artemis, eagle ? 



in place of sceptre, ^. 



91 



»> 



19 



AEIIN , X ; in front, ^ . 



19 



99 



91 91 



99 



A]YKIZKOZ, eagle; in 

fronts f^ . 

AYZIMAXOZ, female 

head; below^ ft. 



,9 NIKOKPATHZ, crescent 
and star; in front, ^ . 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



9» 



NIKOMHAHZ 



crescent. 



[PI. xxvui. 16.] 

M. n El Zl A AOZ ; below, fish ; 
(in place of wreath, row of marine 
creatures). 

„ Vn EPBAAAIIN , rudder ; 

in front, /^ . 

„ ♦lAANAPOZ, ^; 

in front, grapes. 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 ^^ f »9 99 



LBUGAS. 



181 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 





1 




104 


76- 


iR-8 


105 




JE'7 


106 




JE-66 


107 




iE-65 

• 


108 




JE-7 


109 




MS 


110 




JE-7 


111 




M-7 


112 




M-1 


113 




M-n 


114 




M-16 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



Artemis standing 1., dad 
in long chiton with 
diplois; holds aplustre 
and hammer ; beside 
her, stag 1.; all in 
laoiel-wreath. 



Statue of Artemis r. on 
base ; holds aplustre ; 
beside her, stag, and 
behind her, sceptre sur- 
mounted by bird. 



sceptre wanting. 

Countermark, A. 

sceptre wanting. 



AEYKAAIAN Club r.; all in 
oidc*wreath. 

below, AAMYAOZ. 

ft [PI. xxvin. 17.] 



AEYKA 
AIAN 



Prow of galley r. 



below, APTEM A[Z. [Bank Coll.] 



„ AlflN; behmd, M». 

[PI. XXIX. 1.] 



1} 



» 



»> 



AEYKAAIflN Prow of gaUey r., 
bound with wreath. 



above, AAMOKPATHZ 



>» 



>» 



„ AA]MYAOZ. 



„ AI]AKPIT 



»> 



»> 



below, OEO^IAOZ. 



above, MENAN APO[Z . 



182 



ACABNAKIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal.' 
Size. 


Obverae. 


Reverse. 








Statue of Artemis r. on 
base ; holds aplustre ; 
beside her, stag, and 
behind her, sceptre sur- 
mounted by bird. 


AEYKAAIfiN Prow of galley r., 
bound with wreath. 


115 




iE*65 


sceptre wanting ; to r., A. 


above, MEN AN APO[Z. 


116 




M'7 


99 » 


below, ]OY ♦lAANr . 


117 




M'7 


countermark, A . 
Stag standing r. 


AEYKAAiriN Crescent and star. 


118 




M'5 


above, >p . 


[PL ixii. 2.] 


119 




M'b 






120 




M'5 


Bust of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin ; club 
over shoulder. 


AEYKAAinN Lyre. 


121 




iE-86 




in field. APTEMAZ.. 


122 




^•85 




>» »» 


123 




M'75 




,. AHMAfEToZ, ^. 


124 




/FrSb 




»» >i »> 


125 




M'75 




>l >9 If 


126 




M'7 




» J» M 1 



LEUCA8. 



183 



No. 



Wk 



Metal 
Size. 



Obvene. 



Reyene. 



127 



128 



129 



130 



131 



132 



133 



134 



135 



136 



137 



138 



139 



140 



M'9 



M'9 



iE-85 



MS 



M'96 



Bust of young Heiakles 
r., in lion's skin ; club 
over shoulder* 



M'75 



M'76 



M'75 



iE-8 



iE-76 



^•76 



^•76 



iE-76 



^•76 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



AEYKAAIAN Lyre. 



in field, Nf , AlfiN . 



99 n 



„ [PI. xm. 3.] 



)f 



NIKOBOVA[OZ. 



», ♦lAflTAC, winged cadu- 
cous. 



>i 



19 



99 

(countermark, ^). 



lion's skin round neck. 



99 



>» 



AEYKAAinN Club ; all in oak- 
wreath. 

below, ANAPflNIA ■ 



99 



II 



„ APTEMAZ. 



f» 



»» 



„ AAMOKPATH[Z 



11 



11 



l> 



AAMOKPA, wreath twined 
THZ with taenia. 



» 



II 



II 



AAMYAOZ . 



184 



ACAIUTAKIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyene. 



Rererse. 



141 



143 



143 



144 



146 



146 



147 



148 



149 



150 



161 



152 



153 



164 



155 



iE-65 



M'1 



&'1 



M'7 



M'6 



iE-65 



-33-7 



M'7 



^•65 



iE-75 



^•7 



iE-7 



^*7d 



M'7 



iE-8 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion'8 skin. 



lion's skin round neck. 



If 



M 



AEYKAAIflN Clnb; aUinoak- 
wieath. 



below, AAMYAOZ. 



»> 



I) 



If 



19 



AAMY 
AOZ 



II 



II 



AHMAPETOZj above, ear 

of com. 



II 



If 



If 



If 



II 



II 



II 



If 



91 



AH M APE 



„ Nf , AlflN . 



» » 



„ [PI. zziz. 4.] 



„ EYKPATHX . 
„ A]YKIZKOZ. 



11 



MAPAIOZ. 



»» 



If 



LEUOAS. 



185 



No. 


Wt. 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obverse. 


ReTerse. 








Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 


AEYKAAIflN Club; 
wieath. 


all in oak- 


156 




iE-7 




below, MEN AN 
A]POZ 




157 




MS 




»> »i 




158 




M'7 




» » 




159 




M'7 




.. 1/IIKOBOV 
AOC 




160 




iE-65 




»J »> 




161 




JE'7 




„ rrpATON . 




162 




JE'7 




99 99 




163 




JE'76 




„ ZYMMAXOZ. 




164 




JE '75 




99 99 




165 




M'7 




„ ZXIKPATHZ. 




166 




JE'75 




99 99 




167 




JE'7 




„ ZXIKPATIAAZ. 


« 


168 




JE'7 




„ ♦IIAHMAN . 




169 




MS 




„ ♦lAIZToZ. 




170 




MS 




99 99 





BB 



186 



AOABNANIA. 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obyene. 


Reverse. 








Head of Apollo r., laur. ; 
hair rolled 


AEYKAAIflN Lyre. 


171 




JE-7 




in field, ANAPXINIAA 

AZ etc. [PI. TTiT. 5.] 


172 




iE-65 




n i» 


173 




iE-65 




„ AAMYAOZ. 


174 




iE-7 




,. [PL xitr. 6.] 


175 




^•7 




* 

99 91 


176 




fli;-66 




W »> 


177 




iE-6 




„ AIAKPITOZ. 


178 




iE-6 




» »» 


179 




iE-6 




l> « 


180 


• 


^•6 




., EYKPATHZ.mon. 


181 




iE-65 




)f 99 ft 


182 




iG-65 




,, M[ENANAPO[Z . 


183 




iG-65 




» » 


184 




^.'6 




„ NIKAPXOZ. 


185 




M'G 




„ ZTPATON . 



LEUCAS. 



187 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reverse. 








Head of Apollo r., laur. ; 
hair rolled. 


AEYKAAiriN Lyre. 

/ 


186 




^•6 




infield, rVMMCAXOZ. 


187 




JE '55 




„ ZnKPATH[Z. 


188 




JE'65 




„ znTiriN . 


189 




iE-6 




» w 


190 




JE'75 




„ 4>IAHMnN . 


191 




JE'S 


Flaming altar, bound with 
wreath. 


AEYKA Dove r., all in myrtle 
AIAN wreath. 


192 




M'5 




• 

below, AIAKPITOZ. 


193 




iE-5 




above, AIAKP [PI. xxix. 7.] 

ITOZ 


194 




^•6 




below, AAKPATHZ. 

in. XXIX. 8.] 


195 




^.•6 




I> >» 


196 

r 




JE'6 




» » 



188 



AGARNANIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTene. 



Reyerae. 



1 
2 
3 



6 

7 



iE-75 

M'7 



M'1 



MEDEON. 
Fourth century b.o. 

For coins of Corinthian standard and types, with inscription 
M , possibly struck at Medeon or Metropolis, see Colonies of 
Corinth. 



Young male head L, laur. 
below, ME. 



M'7 



iE-75 



^*6 
iE-6 



type r. 



Similar type. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 



A in laurel-wreath. 



[PL XXIX. 9.] 



M in laurel-wreath. 



ME Tripod. 



ME Owl standing L 



in field, <^| . [PI. xxix. 10.] 



99 



99 



METROPOLIS. 

B.C. 350-250. 

For stater of Corinthian standard and types, with inscription 
tA* *^^ Colonies of Corinth. 



OENIADAE* 



189 



No, 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvene. 


Reverse. 








OENIADAE. 








Fifth or Fourth century B.a 








Bearded head of man- 
headed bull (Achelous) 


F in incuse square. 


1 


33-8 


A -55 


la 




2 


34- 


iR-55 


* 


around, KAAAIPOAt 

[PI. XXIX. 11.] 


3 


so- 


iR-6 


Similar type. 


„ KA AAIPOA. 

T; above, spray of ivy or vine; 
below, KAA . 


4 


ls- 


M'bb 


• 

Head of bearded Herakles 
l.y in lion's skin. 


[PL XXIX. 12.] 

aXl ; two bunches of grapes hung 
fi*om the limbs of the T; all in 
incuse square. 


5 


13-6 


JR5 




[PI. XXTX. 13.] 








B.C., about 230-168. 








Head of Zeus r., laur. 


1 N 1 A A AN Bearded head of man 
headed bull, Achelous, r. 


6 




iG-85 


below, /{ ; behind, star. 


behind. /H. [PL XXIX. H.] 


7 




^.•96 


» »> »» »> 


>» >i 


8 




^•85 


„ PPI ; „ thunder- 
bolt. 


rt • 


9 




yE-9 


•> >i i} »> 


» » 



190 



AOARNANIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Rererse. 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



-33-9 



M -9 



^•95 



-ffi-9 



^•95 



Head of Zeus r., laur. 



below, PPI ; behind, thun- 
derbolt. 

)9 » >» » 



)» 



looking back. 



» » »> •> 



»l » >9 » 



O I N I A AAN Bearded head of man- 
headed bull, Acheloiis, r. 



behind, ff^ 



U }> 



above, trident r. 



n >f 



II II 



SOLLIUM. 

For coins usually attributed to Sollium, with mon. 2 1 *^^ 
under Corcyra, p. 137. No certain coins of Sollium exist, cf. 
Zeit. f. Num. iv. 313 (von Sallet). 



STRATUS. 



191 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



ObTorse. 



Reverse. 



35-9 



Mb 



2 



^•75 



J£'7 



STRATUS. 



Fifth century B.c. 



Bearded head of man- 
headed bully Acheloiis, 
three-quarter-face left. 



A fl[ Head of nymph Callirhoe, 
facing ; in incuse square. 



[PI. xiix. 15.] 



Fourth century b.o. 



Head of nymph Callirhoe 1 
r., wearing sphendone. 



ZTPATIXIN Head of Achelous r. 



[PI. XXIX. 16.] 



192 



ACARNAKIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverae. 



Revenie. 



1 
2 
3 



5 
6 

7 
8 



9 

10 
11 



THYRRHEIUM. 



Fourth century b.c. 



For coins of Corinthian standard and types, with inscriptions 
0YPP, 0Y, 01 see Colonies of Corinth. 



JE-75 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Athenian hel- 
met adorned with grif- 
fin. 



M'66 



JE-6 
JE-65 
JE-6 
iE-55 



[type 1.] 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 



OY PPEHN Owl 1., standing. 



to 1., torch. [PL XXIX. 17.] 



yy »» 



I) 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 



„ inscr., 0YPPEinN • 
[PL XXIX. 18.] 



OYPPEflN Owlr. 



to r., rabbit. 



0YP Owl r., standing. 



to 1., olive-twig. 



99 



99 



iB-65 
iE-6 



[type 1.] 



SimUar. 



„ torch. 

Owl Ly standing. 

0YP. 

S YO ; to r., bucranium. 



»» 



to Ly kantharos. 



THYRRHBIUX. 



193 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvene. 



Reverse. 



12 



13 



146- 



132' 



JRl 



Ml 



U 



M'7 



After B.C. 168. 



Beardless Head of Acho- 
loiis r. 



behind,MENAN[AP0Z 



eYPPEIXlN Apollo Actius naked, 
seated r. on throne; holds in r., 
strong bow ; 1. elbow rests on 
support. 



double-struck. [PI. xxz. L] 



„ SENOMENHZ. Type 1. ; in front, A • 



eVP PEinN Head 
of Pallas r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet 



XEP Owl r., standing. 



[PL ixx. 2.] 



Uncertain of Acarnania. 

For coins of Corinthian types, having in the field the head of 
Achelous and various letters, see Colonies of Corinth. 



c c 



194 



ABTOLTA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverae. 



Reverse. 



133' 



^^•75 



AETOLIA. 
Aetolian League, ro. 279-168, 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met adorned with grif- 
fin. 



2 



130-8 



^^•7 



66 2 



^•6 



265' 



239- 



iIll-2 



A 105 



behind, owl. 



Head of Pallas r., helmet 
adorned with serpent. 



Head of young Herakles, 
r., in lion's skin. 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion*s skia. 



AITXIAXIN Aetolia represented 
as a female figure, wearing causia, 
short chiton, chlamys and endro- 
mides, with sword slung round 
waist ; holding spear and wreath- 
bearing Nike, and seated on a pile 
of GatJish shields. 

to. r., |8l . [PI XXX. 3.] 



Same inscr. Aetolia seated r. on 
Gaulish and Macedonian shields; 
beneath her feet, Gaulish trumpet. 

to r., male figure leaning on spear ; 
below, AY K- . [Bank CoU.] 



Same inscr. Aetolia seated r. on 
Gaulish and Macedonian shields. 

to r., Artemis running r., quiver at 
shoulder, holding torch; in ex., 
mon. [PI. XXX. 4.] 



AITXIAHN Aetolia represented 
as a female figure, wearing causia, 
short chiton and endromides ; 
holding in r., spear, in 1., sword ; 
seated r. on pile of shields, whereof 
one is Macedonian, the rest Gau- 
lish ; chlamys wrapped round 1. 
arm ; beneath her feet, Gaulish 
trumpet ending in head of dragon. 

to r., |t| ; A on Gaulish shield, and 
AY on Macedonian. [PL xxx. 5.] 

as last. 



AETOLIA. 



195 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



8 



262' 



262-8 



259-6 



Ml'3 



Mil 



MV2 



10 



11 



158-4 
151-6 



158 



A -9 



A -96 



A -95 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 



Male head r., wearing oak- 
wreath intertwined with 
diadem. 



heneath, 4^1 . 



12 
13 
U 
15 



82-8 
78-7 
78- 
81-8 



JR'7 

JR'S 

M'7b 

M'Sb 



AITXIAXIN Aetolia represented 
as a female figure, wearing causia, 
short chiton and endromides ; 
holding in r., spear, in 1., sword ; 
seated r. on pile of shields, whereof 
one is Macedonian, the rest Gau- 
lish; beneath her feet, Gaulish 
trumpet ending in head of dragon. 

to r., pq IH . 



>» 



RIH 



to 1., A ; to r, >^ 5E; chlamys 
wrapped round 1. arm. 

AITHAXIN Warrior standing 1. 
crowned with wreath, having' 
chlamys wrapped round 1. arm, 
causia slung round neck, and 
sword round his body ; holds in 
r., spear ; r. foot on rock. 



to ]., A. 

i> AA. 



[PI. XXX, 6.] 



The head of the obverse is conjectured to be that of Antio- 
chus III., see Cat. of Seleucid Kings of Syria, p. 29. 



Head of Artemis r., laur. ; 
bow and quiver at 
shoulder. 



behind, ^| 



)i 



>» 



If 



}* 



j> 



n 



AITXIAXIN Aetolia represented 
as a female figure, wearing short 
chiton, chlamys and endromides; 
holding in r. hand, spear, and in 
1., sword ; seated r. on pile of 
Gaulish shields ; head facing. 

to r., A and trophy of GaMlish arm:*. 

[PI. XXX. 7.1 
.. Nl 



u ^ 



9» 



M 



a 



if 



to L, two mons. ; to r., trophy of 
Gaulish arms. 



196 



AXTOLIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reyene, 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



21 



22 



23 



24 



25 



26 



40. 



41-5 



40-2 



40' 



37 '5 



37' 



37-5 



32-7 



35-7 



37-6 



34-8 



iR-66 



A -65 



iR-65 



iR-6 



M'^6 



iR-6 



iR-65 



iR-6 



iR-65 



iR-65 



iR-6 



27 



28 



29 



iE-7 



JE-55 



^•7 



Head of Atalanta r., wear- 
ing causia ; hair loose. 

behind, ^1 . 



on either side, A XI . 



79 



J> 



behind, ^ 



Head of Atalanta r., wear- 
ing causia ; hair loose. 



AITXlAnN Boar r., at bay; in 
ex., spear-head r. 



below, AE . 



[PI. XXX. 8.] 



below, -K. 

„ KAEO t£. 
„ T S. 



» fol ft 



19 



n 



„ „ in ex., Al . 



AITXl Boar r., at bay. 
AHN 



below, ME. 



inscr., Al TXl ; above, spear-head r. 
[PI. XXX. 9.] 



ASTOLIA. 



197 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyerse. 



Reverae. 



30 




M'7 


31 




M'75 


32 




iE-65 


33 




iE-75 


34 




iE-75 


35 




^•75 


36 




iE-6 


37 




iE-6 


38 




M'7 


39 




iE-66 


40 




^•5 


41 




iE-45 



Head of Atalanta r., wear- 
ing caasia ; hair loose. 



AITXl Boar r., at bay. 



above, spear-head r. 



91 



f» 



inscr., Al T; above, spear-head r. 



99 



)l 



Similar. 



Young male head r., 
crowned with laurel. 



Similar head, wearing dia- 
dem 1 



AlXn Spear-head 1. 

AnN 

below, bunch of grapes. 



99 



„ [PL XXX. 10.] 



type r. 



99 



AITXl Trophy consisting of hel- 
AXlN met, cuirass, spear, shield 
and greaves. 



to 1., :X • 



[PL XXX. 11.] 



AlXn Spear-head r. 

AHN 



198 



AETOLIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



47 



48 



49 



50 



51 



52 



53 



54 



55 



Young male head r., laiir. AITA Club r. 

AnN 



iE-45 



Young male . head r., AITXl 
crowned with laurel or AI2N 
oak. 



/E-65 



.^•65 



iE-75 



iE-8 



iE-75 



iE-65 



M'Sb 



iE-65 



iE-75 



iE-75 



^•7 



iE-65 



iE-65 



Spear-head and jaw-bone 
of boar r 



to L, bunch of grapes. 



}> 



19 



>> 



in the midst, 
star, XH. 

in the midst, /( . 



99 



19 



99 



99 



99 



99 



N(. 



mon. 



yt 



99 



99 



99 



91 



91 



99 



9> 



99 



99 



AAE 



An 



ZH 



aetolia:. 



199 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


. , > 

Obverse. 


Reverse. 


56 




M'66 


Vounj^ male head r., 
crowned with laurel or 
oak. 


AITXl Spear-head and ja\^-bone 
AAN of boar r. 

to 1., bunch of grapes ; in the midst, 

ZH. 


57 




JE'76 




„ ,, in the midst, KA. 


58 




2E-75 




If 11 >» IxAtI . 

[PL XXX. 12.] 


59 




iE-65 




99 99 99 99 


60 




M'l 




99 99 99 99 


61 




iE-65 




99 99 99 99 


62 




iE-7 




99 99 99 Ac • 


63 




iE-75 


Type 1. 

Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 


99 99 99 ^f\ 1 ■ • 

AITH Ilerakles naked, facinj?; 
AUN holds in r., club, in 1., 

lion's skin. 


64 




iE-75 




above, A ; to 1., p . 


65 




iE-75 




„ jaw-bone 1 


66 




^•7 


• 


1 

99 99 


67 




^•65 




„ mon. 


68 




^•7 




„ „ tol., ^. 


69 




iE-7 




99 99 99 91 t« 



200 



AETOLIA. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Revene. 



70 



71 



72 



iE-65 



iE.7 



JE'66 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 



AITI2 Herakles naked, facing; 
AAN holds in r., club, in 1., 

lion's skin. 



above, ^ . 



if » 



[PI. m. 13.] 



„ A ; to 1., p . 



^•65 



iE-6 



APOLLONIA. 



B.C. 279-168. 



Head of Artemis r.^ hair 
in knot behind. 



APOAA Arrow and jaw-bone of 
boar r. I 



below, W . 



II II 



[PL XXX. 14.] 



Xo 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



( 201 ) 



APPENDIX. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



80a 



80/3 



M 1*25 



THESSALY: IMPERIAL. 



M. Aurclius. 



AVTMAVP. ANTU) 
N€INOC Bust of 
Aurclius r., laur. 



KOINON eeCCAAWN The 

Thessaliun Pallium I Ionia r. iighiing. 



JE 1 



Faustina Junior. 



♦AVCT€INA C€ 
BACTH Bust of 

Faustina r. 



Similar. 



81a 



AV KM AVP AN 
TONINOC Bust of 

Caracalhi r., laur. 



iEl-1 



Caracalla, 

KOINON eeCCAAHN 

Similar type. 



D D 



202 



APPKNDIX. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reveno. 



4a 



12-2 



1 3a 



37-7 



H< 



34-6 



17i 



18a 

18y 



iR-45 



A -6 



M'6 



iE-65 



iE-8 
iE-8 
JE'S 



Head of Zeus 1., laar. 



AENIANES. 
ac. 302-286. 



AINIAN Part of spear with 
thong, aud sword ^frjih strap. 



B.C. 168-146. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met 



above, AAIME N. 



Head of Zeus 1., laur. 



Head of Pallas r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 

above, AM^I . 



Head of Zeus r., laur. 



AINIANHN Slinger (Phemius) 
slinging r., chlamys wrapped round 
1. arm, sword slung round body, 
and two javelins beside him. 

to r., palm. 



AINIAN XIN Warrior (Phemius) 
hurling javelin to r. ; in 1. hand 
chlamys and petasus ; sword slan^ 
round body. 

to 1., PI . 



AINIANIIN Slinger slinging r, 
two javelins beside him. 



Similar. 

to r., AM^IAZ . 

„ ANTIZOE. 

„ YHAPOZ. 



APPEiroix;. 



203 



No. 



Wk 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obyeno. 



Revenie. 



L 



1 



lOi 



iE-75 



GYRTON. 
B.C. 400-344. 



Young male head r., in 
crested helmet (Area). 

to r., PE. 



n YPTON inN Female head r., 
wearing stephane (Aphrodite). 



tol., IP. 



[PI. III. 4a.] 



Head of Zeus r., laur. 



iE-66 



M'S 



HYPATA. 
B.C. 400-344. 



YPA T A inN Pallas standing 
1., holds in r. Nike, in 1. spear 
and shield. 



behindi thunderbolt. 



[PL III. 11a.] 



Head of Zeus r., lanr. 



PEBBHAEBL 
B.a 196-146. 



PEPPAI BflN Female figure 
seated r. on throne; holds long 
sceptre. 



to r., 



204 



APPEKDII^. 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvene. 



Reverse. 



9a 



iE-65 



2a 131-7 -AT -8 



PHARCADON. 



B.a 400-344. 



Head of nymph 1., hair 
rolled. 



AAM 9 A ^ Horseman r., clad 
in chlamys ; horse prancing. 

[PL IX, 4a.] 



AETOLIA. 
Aetolian League. B.a 279-168. 

Head of Pallas r., helmet ,' AITXIAXIN Aetolia seated r. on 



adorned with serpent. 



Gaulish and Macedonian shields. 

to r., head of Pallas, helmeted ; he- 
low, If! API Z. I 



ERRATUM. 

p. 49, no. 6, far Head of Ares rexid Head of Pallas. 



INDEX I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL. 



A. 

Acaraania, 168. 
Aenianes, Thessaliac, 10, 202. 
Aetolia, 194, 204. 
Alus, Thessaliae, 13. 
Alyzia, Acamaniae, 171. 
Amantia, lUyriae, 55. 
Ambracia, Epiri, 94. 
Anactorium, Acamaniae, 171. 
ApoUonia, Illyriae, 66. 
ApoUonia, Aetoliae, 200. 
Argos, Acamaniae, 172. 
Athamanes, Epiri, 96. 
Atrax, Thessaliae, 14. 



B. 

Bathroturo, Epiri, 97. 
Byllis, Illyriae, 64. 

C. 

Cassope, Epiri, 98. 
Cierium, Thessaliae, 15. 
Corcyra, 115. 
Crannon, Thessaliae, 16. 



D. 



Damastium, Illyriae vel Epiri, 85. 
Demetrias, Thessaliae, 18. {See also 

Magnetes.) 
Dyrrhachium, Illyriae, 65. 



E. 



Elea, Epiri, 100. 

G. 

Gomphi, Thessaliae, 19. 
Gyrton, Thessaliae, 20, 203. 



H. 



Halus. (See Alus.) 

Heraclea, Illyriae, 78. 

Heraclea Trachinia, Thessaliae, 21. 

Hypata, Thessaliae, 203. 

I. 

Issa, 82. 

Issa or Pharos, 84. 



206 



INDEX I. 



L. 

Lamia, Thessaliae, 22. (See also 

Malienses.) 
Larissa Cremaste, Thessaliae, 33. 
Larissa, Thessaliae, 24. 
LeucaSy AcarDaniae, 174. 



M. 

Magnetes, Thessaliae, 34. 
Malienses, Thessaliae, 35. 
Medeon, Acamaniae, 188. 
Meliboea, Thessaliae, 35. 
Metropolis, Thessaliae, 36. 
Molossi, Epiri, 101. 



N. 



Nicopolis, Epiri, 102. 



0. 

Oeniaclae, Acarnaniae, 189. 
Oeta, Thessaliae, 37. 
Oloosson. {See Perrhaebi.) 
Oricus, lUyriae, 79. 



P. 

Pandosia, Epiri, 109. 

Pelagia, Illyriae vel Epiri, 87. 

Pelinna, Thessaliae, 38. 

Peparethus, 53. 

Perrhaebi, Thessaliae, 39, 203. 

Phacium, Thessaliae, 40. 

Phalanna, Thessaliae, 41. 

Pharcadon, Thessaliae, 42, 204. 

Pharos, 83. 

Pharos or Issa, {See Issa or Pharos.) 

Phaisalus, Tl^essaliae, 43. 

Pherae, Thessaliae, 46. 

Philippopolis. (See Gomphi.) 

Phoenice, Epiri, 109. 

Phthiotis, Thessaliae, 48. 



S. 

Sciathos, 54. 
Scodra, Illyriae, 79, 
Scotussa, Thessaliae, 49. 
Stratus, Acamaiiiae, 190. 

T. 

Thebae Phthiotides, Thessaliae, 50. 
Thessali, 1, 201. 
Thyrrheium, Acamamae,192. 
Tricca, Thessaliae, 51. 



INDEX II. 



TYPES. 



AchelouB, Head of. — Ambracia, 95 ; 

Acamania, 168 eqq, ; Leuca8> 

175; Oeniadae, 189 «g.; Stratus, 

191; Thyrrheium, 193. 
Achilles, Head of. — ^Thessali, 6; 

Larissa Cremaste, 33 ; Pyrrhus, 

111. 
Achilles or Alexander 1 Head of. — 

Byllis, 64, 
Actia, seated — Nicopolis, 102, 105. 
Actia, in temple. — Nicopolis, 107. 
Aelius, Head of. — Nicopolis, 104. 
Aetolia, seated on shields. — Aetoliai 

194 «qq., 204. 
Agreus. — Corcyra, 155, 159 eqq, 
Agrippa, Head of. — Nicopolis, 103. 
Alcinous, Gardens of. {See Pattern, 

floral.) 
Aleuas, Heml of. — Larissa, 29. 
Alexander or Achilles 1 Head of. {See 

Achilles or Alexander?) 
Altar, in wreath. — Leu.cas, 187. 
Amphora.— Laniia, 22; Malienses, 

35 ; Peparethus, 53 ; Issa, 82 ; 

Corcyra, 116 nqq,, 156 sq. 
Amphora, bound with wreath. — Cor- 
cyra, 119, 140 ^fj. 



Amphora, vine- wreathed, — Pepare- 
thus, 53. 

Amphora, bound with ivy. — Corcyra, 
134. 

Amphora, in it, branch. — Corcyra^ 
157. 

Amphora and prochoiis. — Lamia, 22. 

Antiochus III.1 Head of. — ^Aetolia, 
195. 

Antoninus Pius,Head of. — Nicopolis, 
105 ; Corcyra, 158. 

Aphrodite, Head of. — Dyrrhachiuni, 
78; Corcyra, 132, 137 sq. ; 
Gyrton, 203. 

Aphrodite, Head of, with Stephanos. 
— Cassope, 98 gq. 

Aphrodite, Head of, with stephanc. 
— Leucas, 175. 

Aphrodite Castnia, seated. — Metro- 
polis, 36. 

Aphrodite Castnia, standing, and 
Eros. — Metropolis, 36. 

Aplustre. — Corcyra, 144, 147 sqq, 

Apollo. — Apollonia, 63 ; Nicopolis, 
102, 106; Corcyrd, 154. 

Apollo, Head of. — Thessali, 4 sq, ; 
Atrax, 14 ; Cierium, 15; Metix)- 
l>olifl, 36 ; Apollonia, 59 sqq, ; 
Oricu.«<, 79 ; Damatstiuni, 85 aq, ; 



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INDEX II. 



Pelagia, 87 ; lUyrio-Epiroteunc, 

87 ; Anibracia, 94 sq, ; Cor- 

cyra, 138, 153 sq,, 159, 165; 

Acarnania, 169 ; Anactoriuni, 

171; Leucas, 178, 186 «g. 
Apollo, Head of, radiate. — Ambracia, 

95. 
A poUo, radiate, shooting. — Ambracia, 

95. 
Apollo Musegetes. — Thessali, 6 sq, ; 

Metropolis, 36. 
Apollo^ seated, holds lyre.— Thessali, 

7. 
Apollo, seated on rock. — Nicopolis, 

108. 
Apollo Actius, seated. — Ambracia, 

95 ; Acarnania, 168 sq, ; Thyr- 

rheium, 193. 
Archemorus. {See Hypsipyle.) 
Ares. — Corcyra, 159 aqq. 
Ares, Heado£ — Gyrton, 203. 
Aresi Head of. — Phalanna, 41. 
Ares, Zeus, and Hera. {See Zeus, &c.) 
Aristaeus. {See Agreus.) 
Ame, Head of. — Cierium, 15. 
Arne, playing with astragali. — 

Cierium, 15. 

Arrow and jaw-bone. — Apollonia, 

200. 
Artemis. — Apollonia, 63. 

Artemis, Head of. — Demetrias, 18; 

Magnetes, 34 ; Apollonia, 59 sq. ; 

Epirus, 92 aq. ; Phoenice, 109; 

Pyrrluis, 111 ; Apollonia, 200. 
Artemis, Head of, laureate. — Aetolia, 

195. 
Artemis, seated on galley. — Mag- 
netes, 34. 
Artemis, holding torch. — Balliieus, 

81; Acarnania, 169. 
Artemis, hunting. — Nicopolis, 103. 
Artemis, holding aplustro. — Lcuciis^, 

181. 



Artemis, Archaic statue of. — Lcucas, 

179 8(iq, 
Artemis or Nymph, Head of. — 

Phthiotis, 48. 
Asklepios. — Thessali, 6 ; Larissa, 28 ; 

Nicojiolis, 104, 108. 
Asklepios, feeding serpent. — Tricca 

52. 
Atalanta, Head of.— Aetolia, 196 sq, 
Augustus, Head of. — Thessali, 6 sq, ; 

Nicopolis, 102 sq, 
Aurelius M., Head of. — Thessali, 8 ; 

Corcyra, 159 ; Thessali, 201. 

13. 
Ballaeus, Head of. — Ballaeus, 81. 
Ballaeus 1 Head of. — Issa, 82. 
Bellerophon, on Pegasus. — Leucas, 

176. 
Bellowsl— Damastiuni, 86. 
Boar. — Aetolia, 196 sq. 
Bow and club. — Heraclea, 78. 
Bow, club and quiver. — Dyr- 

rhachium, 77. 
Bow and quiver. {See Quiver and 

bow.) 
Bucranium, one horn turned down. 

— Corcyra, 127. 
Bull. — Larissa, 29 ; Corcyra, 156. 
Bull, butting. — Crannon, 16; Epirus, 

88 6g. 
Bull, galloping. — Corcyra, 152. 
Bull, Forepart of. — Metropolis, 36 ; 

Perrhaebi, 39 ; Pherae, 47. 
Bull, Head of. — Larissa, 24; Corcyra, 

Ul sq,, 141, 145. 
Bull, Head of, in wreath. — Corcyra, 

141 sqq. 
Bull restrained by youth. {See 

Youth.) 

Bull, Man-headed, Head of. {See 
Aclielous, Head of.) 



TTFX8. 



209 



C. 



Gaduceiis. — Sciathos, 54. 
Callirhoey Head of. — Acamania, 168 ; 

Stratus, 191. 
Caiacalla, Head of. — Thessali, 8 ; 
Nicopolis, 106 sq, ; Corcyra, 
163 ; ThessaH, 201. 
Centaur. — Magnetes, 34. 
Chimaera. — Leucas, 174 sqq. 
Club.— Heraclea, 21; Pherae, 46; 

Scotussa, 49; Aetolia, 198. 
Club and bow. (See Bow, &c) 
Club, bow, and quiver. {See Bow, &c.) 
Club and ivy-leaves. — Heradea, 21. 
Club, in olive- wreath. — Heraclea, 21. 
Club, in oak-wreath. — ^Epirus, 92 ; 

Leucas, 181 sqq. 
Commodtis, Head of. — ApoUonia, 
63 ; Nicopolis, 105 ; Corcyra, 
161. 
Corcyra, Head of. — Corcyra, 132, 

153. 
Corcyra and Herakles, Heads of. 
(See Herakles and Corcyrai 
Heads of.) 
Com, Ear of. — Corcyra, 145. 
Com, Ear of, in wreath. — Pyrrhus, 

113. 
Comucopiae. — Corcyra, 129. 
Comucopiae, filleted. — ApoUonia, 60. 
Comucopiae, entwined with serpent. 

— Byllis, 64. 
Comucopiae, in wreath. — Corcyra, 

126. 
Comucopiae, Double. — ^Buthrotum, 

97. 
Cow. — Corcyra, 127. 
Cow, Forepart of. — ApoUonia, 59 ; 
Dyrrhachium, 75 $q.; Corcyra, 
116 sqq. 
Cow, Head of. — Corcyra, 116. 



Cow, suckling calf. — ApoUonia, 56 

sqq. ; Dyrrhachium, 65 sqq. ; 

Monunius, 80; Corcyra, 115 

sqq. 
Crab. — ^Ambracia, 95. 
Crescent and star. — Pharcadon, 42; 

Leucas, 182. 
Cupping-vase and pUers. — ^Atraz 14. 



D. 



Demeter, seated. — Pyrrhus, 112 sq. 
Demeter, Head of, corn-crowned. — 

Thebae, 50 ; Elea, 100. 
Demeter, Head of, veiled. — Pepare- 

thus, 53 ; ApoUonia, 59. 
Dione, seated. — Pyrrhus, 111. 
Dione, Head of. — Corcyra, 133, 137, 

141 sq.y 144. 
Dione, Head of, veiled. — Epirus, 91 
sq.; Ambracia, 94; Athamanes, 
96. 
Dione, Head of. (See also Zeus and 

Dione, Heads of.) 
Dionysus, Young, Head of. — Lamia 
22 ; Malienses, 35 ; Peparethus, 
53 ; ApoUonia, 60 ; Pharos, 84 ; 
Corcyra, 126, 133 sqq. 
Dionysus, Bearded, Head of. — 

Peparethus, 53 ; Cassope, 99. 
Dionysus, on panther. — Corcyra, 125, 

156, 163, 166. 
Diota, in wreath. — Cassope, 99. 
Dog. — Argos AmphUochicum, 172. 
Dolphin. — Corcyra, 133 ; Leucas, 

177. 
Dolphin, twined round trident. — 

Nicopolis, 103. 
Domitia, Head of. — ThessaH, 7. 
Domitian, Head of.— Thessali, 7. 

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310 



INDEX n. 



Domna J., Head of. — ApoUonia, 63; 

Nicopolis, 106; Corcyra, 163. 
Dove. — Cassope, 98. 
Dove, in wreath. — Cassope, 98 sq, ; 

Leucas, 187. 



E. 



Eagle. — Alexander!., 110; Corcyra, 

124 aq. 
Eagle, on thunderbolt. — Larissa, 29 ; 

Bylli8,64; Molossi, 101, 
Eagle, on thunderbolt, in wreath. — 

Epirus, 89 sq. ; Cassope, 98. 
Eagle, on vine-branch. — ^Dyrrha- 

chium, 78. 



F. 



Faustina, Sen., Head of. — Nicopolis, 

105. 
Faustina, Jun., Head of. — Thessali, 

201. 
Female figure, seated. — Perrhaebi, 

203. 
Female head. — Pharos, 83. 
Female head, wearing wreath. — 

Damastium, 85. 
Female head, crowned with com. — 

Metropolis, 36. 
Female head, wearing stephane. — 

Dyrrhachium, 78. 
Female head, in net. — Damastium, 

86. 
Fire. — Apollonia, 59. 
Fire and pedum, in square. — Apol- 
lonia, 59. 
Floral pattern. (5fee Pattern, floral.) 



Flower or star. (See Star or flower.) 
Fortuna. — ApoUonia, 63 ; Nicopolis, 

102, 104 8q. 
Fountain, Lion-head-. — ^Pherae, 47 . 



G. 



Gkdley. — Scodra, 79 ; Nicopolis, 104; 

Corc3rra, 153, 161 sqq, 
Gralley, Forepart, of — Demetrias, 18 ; 

Corcyra, 129 sqq.-, Leucas, 176 

sqq. 
Galley, on it, Nike. — Corcyra, 162. 
Gralley, Pallas on prow. — Corcyra, 

165. 
Gallienus, Head of. — Thessali, 9 ; 

Nicopolis, 108. 
Gardens of Alcinoiis. (See ^Pattern, 

floral) 
Geta, Head of. — ApoUonia, 63 ; 

Nicopolis, 107; Corcyra, 166 sq. 
Goat— Issa, 82 ; Pharos, 83. 
Gorgon-head. — Sciathus, 54 ; Cor- 
cyra, 120. 
Grapes, Bunch of. — ^Issa, 82; Pharos, 

84; Corcyra, 120 sqq. 
Grapes, Two bunches of. — MeUboea, 

35. 
Grapes and palm. {See Palm and 

grapes.) 
Grapes, between peda. — Corcyra, 132. 
Grapes, in wreath. — Corcyra, 132. 
Griffin. — Ambracia, 95. 



H. 

Hades, seated with male and female 
figures. — ApoUonia, 63. 

Hadrian, Head of. — Thessali, 7; 
Nicopolis, 104. 



TYPB8. 



211 



Harpa, in wreath. — ^LarissaCremaste, 

33. 
Heads, Male and female, jugate.— 

Issa, 82. 
Hecate, Head of, with torch. — 

Pherae, 47 sq, 
Hecate, on horse. — Pherae, 47 sq. 
Helios, Head of. — Dyrrhachium, 77. 
Helios, Head of, on disk. — Alex- 
ander I., 110. 
Helle, on ram. — Alus, 13. 
Hellebore, Bud of, or grain of wheat. 

(See Wheat, Grain of.) 
Hehnet, Macedonian. — Pyrrhus, 113. 
Hera. — Corcyra, 166. 
Hera, Head of, with stephane. — 

Corcyra, 119 sq. 
Hera, Zeus, and Ares. (See Zeus, &c.) 
Herakles. — Oeta,37; Nicopolis, 107 ; 

Aetolia, 199 8q» 
Herakles, Young, Head of. — Sco- 

tussa, 49; Dyrrhachium, 77 ; 

Heraclea, 78; Pelagia, 87; 

Epirus, 92 ; Ambracia, 95 ; 

Corcyra, 120 sq,, 145 8qq,; 

Acamania, 169; Leucas, 181 

sqq.; Aetolia, 194 sq. 
Herakles, Bearded, Head of. — Sco- 

tussa, 49 ; Alyzia, 171 ; Oeniar 

dae, 189. 
Herakles, Toung, seated. — Lamia, 22. 
Herakles, shooting. — Lamia, 23; 

Malienses, 35. 
Herakles, in temple. (See Temple.) 
Herakles and Corcyra, Heads of. — 

Corcyra, 145, 152. 
Hermes, Head of. — Sciathus, 54; 

Argos Amphilochicum, 172. 
Hermes, Head of, wearing taenia. — 

Sciathus, 54. 

Hoof, Horse's, on shield. — Larissa, 
28. 



Horse. — ^Thessali, 4t8qq.; Atrax, 14; 

Gyrton, 20 ; Larissa, 25 sqq, ; 

Perrhaebi, 39 ; Phalanna, 41 ; 

Pharcadon, 42; Scotussa, 49; 

Tricca, 51 sq. 
Horse, Forepart of. — Crannon, 16 ; 

Larissa, 25 ; Perrhaebi, 39 ; 

Pharcadon, 42 ; Pherae, 46 sq. ; 

Scotussa, 49 ; Tricca, 51. 
Horse, Head of. — Perrhaebi, 39; 

Pharsalus, 43 sq. ; Pherae, 46 ; 

Leucas, 177. 
Horse, biting foreleg. — Larissa, 24. 
Horse, under fountain. — Pherae, 46. 
Horse, Forepart of, issuing from 

rocks. — Pherae, 46. 
Horseman. — Atrax, 14; Larissa, 25 

sqq.; Pelinna, 38; Perrhaebi, 

39; Phacium, 40; Pharsalus, 

43 sqq. ; Pharcadon, 204. 
Horseman, galloping. — Crannon, 16 

sq. 
Horseman, charging. — Pherae, 47. 
Horseman, striking at foe. — Pelinna, 

38. 
Horseman, striking with whip. — 

Pharsalus, 43 sq. 
Horseman, about to mount — ^Larissa, 

29. 
Horseman, attacked by foot-soldier. 

— Pharsalus, 45. 
Hydria, on wheels. — Crannon, 16. 
Hypereia, at fountain. — Pherae, 48. 
Hypsipyle and Archemorus. — Nico- 
polis, 108. 



I. 



Liscription. — Buthrotum, 97 ; Cor- 
cyra, 149 ; Oeniadae, 189. 



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INDEX n. 



Inscription, in wreath. — Buthiotum, 
97; Cassope, 99; Nicopolis, 104 
sqq. ; Corcyra, 127 sqq,, 149; 
Anactorium, 171 ; Medeon, 188. 

Isia — Nicopolis, 104. 

Ivy-leaf, on it, trident. — Corcyra, 
127. 



J. 



Jaw-bone of boar, and arrow. (See 

Arrow and jaw-bone.) 
Jaw-bone and spear. (JSee Spear, 

&c.) 
Jaw-bone and spear-head. {See 

Spear-head, &c.) 



K. 



Kantharos. — Issa, 82 ; Pharos, 84 ; 

Corcyra, 120, 123, 128 Bqq. 
Kantharos, ivy-wreathed. — Corcyra, 

118 sqq. 
Kantharos^ vine-wreathed. — Pepare- 

thus, 53. 
Kantharos and palm. — Peparethos, 

53. 
Kerberus.— Elea, 100. 
Knife and spear. — Oeta, 37. 
Krater, bound with wreath. — Cor- 

cyra, 133. 
Kybele, on lion. — Nicopolis, 107 sq. 



L. 

Lamia, Head of. — Lamia, 22. 
Larissa, seated. — Larissa, 25 sqq. 
Larissa, Head of. — Larissa, 25, 28 
sqq. 



Larissa, Head of, corn-crowned. — 

Larissa, 30, 32. 
Larissa, playing at balL — Larissa, 

26, 28. 
Larissa, with hydria. — Larissa, 25, 

28. 
Laurel-branch, or palm. — Phoenice, 

109. 
Libertas. — Apollonia, 62. 
lion, Head of. — Heraclea, 21 ; 

Pherae, 47. 
Lion, Head of, spear-head in mouth. 

—Oeta, 37. 
Lituufl. — Buthrotum, 97. 
Lucilla, Head of. — Corcyra, 161. 
Lyre. — ^Apollonia, 56, 62 ; Anac- 

torium, 171 ; Leucas, IS2 sqq. 

M. 

Machaon. {See Podaleirius or Ma- 

chaon.) 
Male head, young. — Phalanna, 41. 
Male head, bearded. — Issa or Pharos, 

84. 
Male head, helmeted. — Byllis, 64. 
Male head, laureate. — Oeta, 37 ; 

Pharos, 84 ; Medeon, 188 ; 

Aetolia, 197 sqq. 
Male head, oak-crowned, (Antio- 

chus III.1)— Aetolia, 195,1 98 «gr. 
Mamaea J., Head of. — Mcopolis, 107. 
Mare. — ^Larissa, 30. 
Mare and foal. — Larissa, 30. 



N. 



Naumachia. — Kicopolis, 103. 
Nero, Head of. — Thessali, 7 ; Phoe- 
nice, 109. 



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213 



Nero, as Apollo Musegetes. — ^Apol- 

lonia, 62. 
Nicopolis, standing. — ^Nicopolis, 106. 
Kicopolis, Head of. — Nicopolis, 102 

sq,^ 106. 
Nike. — ^ApoUonia, 62 ; Nicopolis, 

102 sqq. ; Corcyra, 149. 
Nike, Head of. — Dyrrhachium, 78. 
Nike, holds wreath and trophy. — 

Pyrrhus, 111. 
Nike, holds acrostolium and wreath. 

— Corcyra, 124 sq. 
Nike, in chariot — Thessali, 8. 
Nymph, Head of. — Atrax, 14 ; 

Gomphi, 19 ; Lamia, 22 sq. ; 

Larissa Cremaste, 33; Meliboea, 

35 ; Phalanna, 41 ; Fharcadon, 

204. 
Nymph, Head of, wearing sphendone. 

— Gyrton, 20. 
Nymph, Head of, wearing taenia. — 

Gyrton, 20. 
Nymph, Head of, crowned with 

com. — Phaciom, 40. 
Nymph, as City, Head of. — Gomphi, 

19. 
Nymph, playing with balL — Per- 

rhaebi, 39. 
Nymphs, Three. — ApoUonia, 63. 
Nymphs, Three, and firc^ApoU 

Ionia, 60 sq. 



0. 

Obelisk. — ApoUonia, 56, 61 ; Oricus, 

79. 

Obelisk, in wreath. — ApoUonia, 59 

sqq, ; Ambracia, 94. 
OwL — Ai^os AmphUochicum, 172 ; 

Medeon, 188 ; Thyrrheium, 192 

sq. 



Owl, on branch. — ^Aigos Amphilo- 
chicum, 172. 



P. 



PaUas. — Pharcadon, 42. 

PaUas, seated. — Perrhaebi, 39. 

Pallas, Head of, in Athenian helmet 
— ^Aenianes, 10 sq. ; Pharsalus, 
43 sqq. ; Scotussa, 49 {see 
Erratum) ; Molossi, 101 ; Acar- 
nania, 170 ; Alyzia, 171 ; Argos 
Amphilochicum, 172 ; Medeon, 
188 ; Thyrrheium, 192. 

PaUas, Head of, in Corinthian helmet 
— ThessaU, 4 sqq. ; Aenianes, 
1 1 ; Malienses, 35 ; ApoUonia, 
61 sq. ; Oricus, 79; Issa, 82 ; 
Ambracia, 94; Pyrrhus, 111, 
113 ; Leucas, 174 ; Thyrrheium, 
193 ; AetoUa, 194, 199 sq., 204; 
Aenianes, 202. 

PaUas, Head of, between spear and 
shield. — Pharsalus, 45. 

Pallas, running. — ^Tricca, 51. 

Pallas, charging. — Peirhaebi, 39 ; 
Phthiotis, 48. 

PaUas, fighting.—Pyrrhus, 112. 

PaUas, sacrificing. — Tricca, 51. 

Pallas, holding Nike. — Corcyra, 165 ; 
Hypata, 203. 

Pallas, holding owL — Athamanes, 96. 

Pallas Itonia. — ^Thessali, 1 sqq., 201. 

Palm and grapes. — Dyrrhachium, 78. 

Palm, or laurel-branch. — Phoenice, 
109. 

Pattern, FloraL^Corcyra, 116 sqq. 

Pattern, Double floral. — ^ApoUonia, 
56 sqq. ; Dyrrhachium, 65 sqq. ; 
Monunius, 80; Corcyra, 115 
sqq. 



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INDEX II. 



Pecten.— Corcyra, 116, 120. 
Pedum. — ^Apollonia, 59. 
Pedum and fire. — ^ApoUonia, 59. 
Peda and grapes. — Corcyra, 132. 
Pegaaus.— Elea, 100; Corcyra, 135 

aqq.f 155, 162 aqq. ; Leucas, 

177 sq. 
Pegasus, in laurel-wreath. — Corcyra, 

137. 
Pegasus, on prow. — Corcyra, 136. 
Persephone, Head of. — Pharos, 83 ; 

Pyrrhus, 112 a^. 
Phemius. — Aenianes, 10 aqq. 
Philip, Sen., Head of. — ^Nicopolis, 

108. 
Philoctetes, reclining. — Lamia, 22. 
Phryxus, on ram. — Alus, 13. 
Phthia, Head of.— Pyrrhus, 112. 
Pick-axe. — Damastium, 86. 
Plautilla, Head of. — Nicopolis, 107; 

Corcyra, 165. 
Pliers. (See Cupping-vase and pliers.) 
Podaleirius or Macliaon. — Tricca, 52. 
Poseidon, Head of, hair loose. — 

Corcyra, 162, 156 sq, 
Poseidon, -Head of, wears taenia. — 

Cierium, 15 ; Corcyra, 144 sq,, 

166. 
Poseidon, Head of, laureate. — Cor- 
cyra, 143, 147, 151 sq, 
Protesilaiis, leaping ashore. — ^Thebae, 

50. 
Prow. — Magnetes, 34 ; Dyrrha- 

chium, 77. 
Prow and anchor. — Nicopolis, 104. 



I 



Q. 

Queen, Head of a, veiled. — Pelinna, 

38. 
Quiver and bow. — Geta, 37. 



R. 



Earn, Head of.— Corcyra, 120. 
River-god 1 Head of. — Metropolis 

36. 
Rudder. — Corcyra, 128» 



S. 



Salonina, Head of. — Thessali, 9 ; 

Nicopolis, 108. 
Satyr, drinking. — Thessali, 9. 
Satyr, emptying amphora. — Corcyra, 

125. 
Sept. Severus, Head of. — ^Thessali, 

8 ; ApoUonia, 63 ; Nicopolis^ 

105 ; Corcyra, 161. 
Serpent, bearded. — Cassope, 98. 
Serpent, coiled, in oak-wreath. — 

Amantiay 55. 
Shield.— Molossi, 101. 
Shield, Macedonian.— Pyrrhus, 113. 
Shield ; on it, horse's hoof. — Lariasa, 

28. 
Slinger. — ^Aenianes, 10 sqq. 
Spear-head. — Aetolia, 197. 
Spear-head, in wreath. — Epirus, 92 ; 

Phoenice, 109. 
Spear-head and jaw-bone of boar. — 

Aetolia, 198 sq. 
Spear and knife. (See Knife and 

spear.) 
Spear and jaw-bone of boar. — Oeta, 

37. 
Spear and sword. — ^Aenianes, 202. 
Stag.— Leucas, 182. 
Star. — Corcyra, 128, 
Star and crescent. {See Crescent and 

star.) 



TYPES. 



215 



star, OP flower. — Corcyra, 117 sqq. 
Svafttika, incuBe. — Corcyra, 120. 
Sword and spear. {See Spear and 
sword.) 



T. 

Temple of Actia. — Nicopolis, 107. 
Temple of Herakles. — Apollonia, 63. 
Thetis, on hippocamp, with arms of 

Achilles. — Larissa Cremaste, 33 ; 

Pyrrhus, 111. 
Thunderbolt. — ApoUonia, 62; Oricus, 

79; Epirusy 88, 91; Alexander I., 

110; Pyrrhus, 112. 
Thunderbolt^ in wreath. — Amantia, 

55 ; Epirus, 88, 90 sqq. ; Mo- 

lossi, 101; Pandosia, 109; Phoe- 

nice, 109; Alexander I., 110; 

Pyrrhus, 114. 
Thyrsus, bound with fillet. — Cor- 
cyra, 126. 
Thyrsus and cross pieces of torch. — 

Peparethus, 53. 
Trajan, Head of.— NicopoHs, 103. 
Tricca, Head of. — Tricca, 52. 
Tricca, with cista. — Tricca, 52. 
Tricca, playing at ball. — ^Tricca, 52. 
Trident.— Elea, 100 ; Corcyra, 128, 

132, 144;Leucas, 175, 177. 
Tripod-lebes. — Damastium, 85 sq.; 

Pelagia, 87 ; lUyrio - Epirote 

uncert., 87; Nicopolis, 102; 

Medeon, 188. 
Tripod-lebes, in wreath. — Apollonia, 

59 sq, ; Dyrrhachium, 76 ; 

Epirus, 91 sq. 
Tripod, entwined with serpent.— 

Nicopolis, 107. 
Trophy. — ^Aetolia, 197. 



V. 

Vase, without handles. — Corcyra, 

116. 
Verus, L., Head of. — Corcyra, 160. 



W. 

Warrior. — ^Aetolia, 196. 
Warrior, charging. — Pelinna, 38. 
Warrior, hurling javelin. — Aenianes, 

10 sq. 
Warrior, retreating. — Pelinna, 38. 
Warrior. {See Podaleirius or Ma- 

chaon.) 
Wheats Grain of, in husk, or bud of 

hellebore. — Pherae, 46 ; Sco- 

tussa, 49. 
Wreath of ivy. — Corcyra, 132. 
Wreath of laurel. — Corcyra, 129. 



Y. 



Youth, Head of.— Gyrton, 20. 

Youth, Bust of, in petasus. — Cran- 
non, 17. 

Youth, Head of, and horde's head. — 
Gyrton, 20. 

Youth, struggling with bull. — La- 
rissa, 24 sqq. ; Pherae, 46. 

Youth, grasping forepart of bull. — 
Crannon, 16 ; Larissa, 24 ; Per- 
rhaebi, 39 ; Pharcadon, 42 ; 
Pherae, 46 ; Tricca, 51 sq. 



Z. 



I Zeus. — Phoenice, 109. 



2U 



nrBcx II. 



Zens, Head of. — Aenianes, 10 eq» ; 
Cierium, 15 ; Crannon, 17 ; 
Gyrton, 20; Magnetes, 34; 
Pharos, 83 ; Issa or Pharos, 
84 ; Epiros, 88 ; Ambracia, 95; 
Acamania, 169 ; Anactorium, 
171 ; Oeniadae, 189 sq, ; Aeni- 
anes, 202 ; Hypata, 203 ; Per- 
rhaebi, 203. 

Zeus, Head of, oak-crowned. — ^Thes- 
sali, 1 aqq. ; Amantia, 55 ; Byl- 
li8,64; Scodra,79; Epira8,88; 
Cassope, 98; Pandosia, 109; 
Phoenice, 109; Alexander I., 
110; Pyrrhus, 111, 114. 

Zens, Head of, com-crowned. — Dyr- 
rhachium, 76. 



Zeus, Head of, wearing taenia.-^ 
EpiruB, 91; Phoenice, 109. 

Zeus, hurling thunderbolt.— Ambra* 
cia, 95. 

Zeus, hurling thunderbolt; nymph 
Ame in field. — Cierium, 15. 

Zeus Casius (Cassius). — Coicyra, 153 
aqq. 

Zeus Laphystius, Head of. — Alus, 
13. 

Zeus Palamnaeus, seated. — Gomphi, 
19. 

Zeus, Hera and Ares. — Corcyra, 165. 

Zeus and Dione, Heads of.^Aman- 
tia, 55 ; Epirus, 89 sqq. 



INDEX III. 



REMARKABLE SYMBOLS. 



A. 



Anchor. — ^Acamania, 169. 
Arne, Nymph. — Cierium, 15. 
Artemis, holds torch. — Thessali, 3 ; 
Aetolia, 194. 



B. 



Bee. — Magnetes, 34; Pyrrhus, 111. 
Bipennis, on flank of horse. — Pherae, 
47. 



C. 



Cicada. — Larissa, 24; Dyrrachium, 

66. 
Cock. — Apollonia, 59 ; Leucas, 176. 



F. 



Fly. — ApoUonia, 67. 



G. 



Goat, eating grapes. — Leucas, 176. 



H. 



Head, Female. — Leucas, 180. 
Helios, Head of. — Dyrrhachium, 70, 

72. 
Hound. — Dyrrhachium, 66, 73 «g. 



E. 



Eagle. — Dyrrhachium, 67, 74 ; Alex- 
ander of Epirus, 110 ; Acar« 
nania, 169 ; Leucas, 179 ; Genia- 
dae, 190. 

Eagle, on thunderbolt. — Dyrrha- 
chium, 68, 72, 75; Leucas, 179«g. 



Isis, Head of. — ^Dyrrhachium, 73. 
Isis, Head-dress of. — Aenianes, 11, 



K. 



Knife. — Pelagia, 87. 



p p 



218 



IKDEX TIL 



L. 

Lily. — Leucas, 176. 
Lizard. — Dyrrhachium, 66, 



M. 



Mouse. — Leucas, 176. 



K 



Nike. — Dyrrhachium, 70. 



0. 



Owl. — ^Magnates, 34 ; Dyrrhachium, 
70 ; Pyrrhus, 111 sqq. \ Aetolia, 
194. 



P. 



Pallas, Head of.— Aetolia, 204. 

Pegasus, Forepart of, — Pyrrhus, 112. 

Petasus. — Argos Amphilochicum, 
172. 

Pilei of Dioscuri. — Thessaly, 6; Dyr- 
rhachium, 72 sq. 



Pistrix. — Corcyra, 146. 
Prochous. — Lamia, 22 ; Malienses, 
35. 



R. 

Rabbit.— Thyrrheium, 192. 
Raven. — ^Dyrrhachium, 69. 
Rose. — Larissa, 24 sq. 



S. 



Scylla, on helmet of Pallas. — Phar- 
salus, 44. 

Serpent, twined round staffl — ^Dyr- 
rhachium, 69. 

Simxilacrum. — Corcyra, 122. 

Statue, Female. — Dyrrhachium, 71. 



T. 



Trophy of Gaulish arms. — Aetolia, 
195. 



W. 



Warrior. — Aetolia, 194. 
Wasp. — Dyrrhachium, 66. 



INDEX IV. A. 



KINGS AND RULERS 



A. 

Alexander L (Epirus), 110. 
Alexander (Pherae), 47. 



B. 
Ballaeus (Pharos), 81. 



M. 
Monunios (Illyria), 80. 

P. 

Phthia (Epirus), 112. 
Pyrrhus (Epirus), IIL 

S. 
Simus (Larissa), 31. 



INDEX IV. B. 



MAGISTRATES' NAMES ON AUTONOMOUS COINS. 



A. 



ArAein[NOZ, Dyrrhachium, 67. 
AFAeoKAEOZ, Dyrrhachium, 76, 
APA , Thessaly, 4. 
ArHMflN, Leiicas, 179. 
AFHN, Epirus, 90. 
ArHNOZ, Apollonia, 56. 
AriAZ, Apollonia, 57; Pandosia^ 

109. 
ArnNinnoY, ApoUonia, 60. 
AIBATIOZ, Apollonia, 59. 
AINEA, Apollonia, 56, 59. 

AlZXPiriN AlZXPiriNOZ, 

Acarnania^ 169. 
AKPA 1 Leucas, 177. 
AAEZANAPOZ, Dyrrhachium, 

71 ; Epirus, 89. 

A A]ESAN APO[, Thessaly, 1, 2, 5. 

AAE, Aetolia, 198. 

AAKAlOZi Dyrrhachium, 68, 71, 

73, 74. 
AAKIIN, Dyrrhachium, 70, 72, 73, 

75. 
AAAflN, Ambracia, 95. 



AMEMnTO[Z, Aenianes, 10. 
AM YNTA , Dyrrhachium, 67. 
AM<^IAZ, Aenianes, 202. 
ANAPIZKOY, ApoUonia, 56. 
ANAPinN, ApoUonia, 57. 
ANAPOMAXOZ, ApoUonia, 61. 
ANAPnNOZ, ApoUonia, 61. 
ANAPIINIAAZ, Leucas,183,186. 
ANTirON [OZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
ANTIMAXOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68. 
ANTIOXOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68,75. 
ANTlO[, Aenianes, 11. 
ANTIZeE, Aenianes, 202. 

ANTI<^, Argos Amphilochicum, 

172. 
AREAAA, Cassope, 99. 
A]nTO|ATOY, ApoUonia, 56. 
APFEAAHZ, Epirus, 93. 

APIMNAZTOY, Dyrrhachium, 

67. 
APIZTAPXOZ, ApoUonia, 60, 61. 

APIZTEAZ, Corcyra, 146. 

APIZTEAZ APIZTONOZ, 

Corcyra, 146. 
APIZTHN, ApoUonia, 56, 58. 



UAOISTRATfiS* NAMES ON AUTONOMOUS COINS. 



221 



APIZTHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 76. 
APirrinnoY, ApoUonla, 56. 
APIZTOAAMOZ, Dyrrhachium, 

72, 73, 75. 
APirrOKAH2;,Thes8aly, 2; I^u- 

cas, 179. 

APirrOKAEOZ, ApoUonia, 56. 

APirroMAX [Y, Dyrrhachium, 
68. 

APIZTOMENHZ, Leucas, 179. 
APirroMENEOZ, Dyrrha- 
chium, 68y 76. 

APIZTON, Apollonia, 66, 57; 
Dyrrhachium, 68. 

APIZTflNOZ, Apollonia, 56. 

APIZ, Aetolia, 204. 

APMOAIOY, Thessaly, 1. 

APPIA , Damastium, 87. 

APTEMAZ, Leucas, 181, 182, 183. 

APJXE^PflN, Dyrrhachium, 68. 

APXHNOZ, ApoUonia, 57. 

APXIMHAHZ, Dyrrhachium, 72, 
74, 75. 

APXinnoY, Dyrrhachium, 68. 
AZKAAHIAAAZ, ApoUonia, 58. 
AZKAAFIOY, Dyrrhachium, 68. 
AZTO, Pherae, 48. 
AYTOBOYAOY, ApoUonia, 57. 
A<^PO AlZiOZ , Dyrrhachium, 69, 
76. 



B. 



BA0YOZ, Leucas, 179. 

BIIIN, Aenianes, 10; ApoUonia, 61. 



BIIINOZ, ApoUonia, 60 ; Dyrrha- 
chium, 68. 

BOIKHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68. 

Bo I, Anaciorium, 171. 



r 



FAIOY, Dyrrhachium, 78. 
FAYAN A , Thessaly, 4. 
ropn A , Dyrrhachium, 68. 
roPrnriAZ, Xhessaly, 2, 3. 



A. 



AAZIOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68. 
AAIME, Aenianes, 202. 
AAMAFEOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68. 
AAMAPXOZ, ApoUonia, 56. 
AA M H NOZ, Dyrrhachium, 68, 69. 
AAMinN, Ambracia, 96. 
AAMoeoiNOZ, Thessaly, 3. 
AAMoeoiNOY, Thessaly, 1. 
AAMOKPATHZ, Leucas, 179, 
181, 183. 

AAMOZTPATOZ, Corcyra, 147. 
AAMO<M2NTO [Z, ApoUonia, 57. 

AAMYAOZ Leucas, 179, 181, 183 
sqq. 

AEINOKAEOZ, Dyrrhachium, 69, 
74. 

AEINOKPATEOZ, ApoUonia, 60. 
AEINIIN, Apollonia, 61. 
A El, Epirus, 89. 
AEPAA, Epirus, 89. 



222 



. INDEX IV. B. 



AHMAPETOZ, Leucas, 179, 182 

AIAKPITOZ, Leucas, 179, 181, 
186 aq. 

AINOKPATHZ, ApoUonia, 60. 

AlorENHZ, Dyrrhachium, 72. 

AIO[AXlP]OY, Dyrrhachium, 69. 

AiOKAHZ, Thessaly, 2. 

AIONYZIOY, Dyrrhachium, 69. 

AIONYZOAXIPOZ, Apolloiiia,6L 

AIAN, Leucas, 181, 183 sq. 

Ain, Aetolia, 196. 

AONAZ, Apollonia, 58. 

AOPI, Leucas, 177. 

AXlPlflNOZ, ApoUonia, 6L 



EOKPATHZ, Ambracia, 96. 
EOPTAIOY, Dyrrhachium, 69. 
EZAKErroY, Dyrrhachium, 69. 
EniKAAOY, ApoUonia. 57. 
EniKPATH[Z, Aenianes, 10. 
EniKPA, Thessaly, 3. 
EmXAPEOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
EPIMNA2TOY, ApoUonia, 60. 
EYAroPA, Dyrrhachium, 77. 
EYHG, Aenianes, 10. 
EYKOAOZ, Thessaly, 2. 
EYKOM, Thessaly, 2. 
EYKPATHZ, Leucas, 184, 186. 
EYKTHMflN, Dyrrhachium, 67. 
72, 74. 

EYNOYZ, Dyrrhachium, 67, 68, 
74, 75. 



EYnoAE, ApoUonia, 62. 
EYTYXOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
EXEMEN, Aenianes, 11. 
EXE4>PnN, Dyrrhachium, 70. 



Z. 



ZHNI2N, Cassope, 98. 

ZniAOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 

ZI2nYPO[Z, Dyrrhachium, 68. 

ZnnYPOY, ApoUonia, 57 ; Dyr- 
rhachium, 70. 



H 



HrHZANA, Magnetes, 34. 
HmZIAZ, Thessaly, 1. 

HPAKAEIAAZ, Dyrrhachium, 67. 

HPAKA[, Thessaly, 1. 

HPA, ApoUonia, 57, 5a 

HPOAOTOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70, 
72, 74. 

HPriAHZ, Corcyra, 147. 



GEMIZTorENHZ, Thessaly, S,3, 
eE[orEN]EOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70, 
OEOAOTOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
ejEOAAPoZ; Leucas, 179. 
eEOAilPOY, ApoUonia, 57. 
BEOKAHZ, Leucas, 180. 
GEOSENOY, Dyrrhachium, 70. 



MAGISTRATES* NAMES ON AUTONOMOUS COINS. 



223 



GE04>IA0j; Leucas, 181. 
SEO^IAOY, ApoUonia, 57. 
GEPZIA, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
eEPZinnoZ, Aemanes, 10. 
00|, Amantia, 55. 
ePAZYAOZ, Thessaly, 1. 
©YflN, Acamania, 169. 
eHMYPIHN, Aenianes, 11. 



I. 



lEPXl, Cassope, 99. 
innA[]TAZ, Thessaly, 5. 
innOAAMOY, Apollonia, 57. 
innOAOXOZ, Thessaly, 3, 5. 
in no, Apollonia, 60. 
IT] A AOZ 1 Thessaly, 2. 
ITAAOY, Thessaly, 2. 



KAKIO, Damastium, 85. 

KAAAHN, Apollonia, 56. 

KAAAHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 

KAAAIKPATHZ, Dyrrhachium, 
74. 

KAAAIZeENEfOZ, Dyrrha- 
chium, 77, 

KAAArZTPATOZ, ApolIonia,58. 
KAAAHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
KEPAflN, Dyrrhachium, 70. 
KEPKfNOY, Apollonia, 57. 
KE^AAOZ. Thessaly, 2. 



KH^, Damastium, 85 ; lUyrio-Epi- 
rote, uncert., 87. 

KAE[ ]PI[, Dyrrhachium, 77. 
KAEANOPOZ, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
KAEAPXOZ, Ambracia, 96. 
KAEinnoZ, Thessaly, 2. 
KAEITOPIOY, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
KAEI, Aetolia, 199. 

KAEOMAXIA[HZ, Thessaly, 2. 

KAEOMAXOY, ApoUonia, 57. 

KAEOMAX, Ambracia, 96. 

KAEO, Aetolia, 196. 

KOMflN, Dyrrhachium, 74. 

KONUN, Dyrrhachium, 73. 

KOTTY, Thessaly, 2. 

KPATEP04>[, Thessaly, 1. 

KTHZflN, Dyrrhachium, 71. 

KTHTOZ, Dyrrhachium, 67, 69, 
73. 

KYAI nnoZ, Dyrrhachium, 67, 72. 
YPBAZOY, Dyrrhachium, 71. 



A. 

AAHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 71, 77. 
AAKPATHZ, Leucas, 187. 
AEON, Thessaly, 1. 

AEYKIOZ, Dyrrhachium, 67. 
AEI2N, Epirus, 89 ; Leucas, 180. 

AEIIN 0PZIKPAT[0YZ, Acar- 
nania, 169. 

AEI2NIAAZ, Dyrrhachium,73,74. 

AYKHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 7L 

AYKrZKOZ, Epirus, 90 ; Leucas> 
180, 184. 



224 



INDEX IT. B, 



AYKIZKOY, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
AYKOY, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
AYKOYProZ, Acamania, 168, 

169. 
AYZANIAL, ApoUonia, 58. 
AYZANIA,Apollonia,57. 
AYZHN, Dyrrhachium, 70; Epirua, 

90. 
AY]ZHNOZ. ApoUonia, 57. 
AYZIKAHOY, Thessaly, 1. 
AYZIMAXOZ, Leucas, 180. 
AYZinnoY, Dyrrhachium, 72, 75. 
AYZinNOZ. Dyrrhachium, 71, 75. 
AYZI[, Thessaly, 2. 
AYZI, Anactorium, 171. 
AYZHN, ApoUonia, 61. 



M 



MAAPKOZ, ApoUonia, 57. 
MAPAroZ, Leucas, 1^. 
MAXATAZ, Dyrrhachium, 68, 69, 

72. 
MENANAPOZ, Corcyra, 148; 

Leucas, 181, 182, 185 sq. ] 

Thyrrheium, 193. 

MENEAHMOZ [lEPEYZ], 

Epirus, 93. 
MENEKKA, Dyrrhachium, 72. 
'M]ENEKPATHZ, Thessaly, 1. 
MENEKPATEOZ, Dyrrhachium, 

72, 75. 
MENEKPATO[YZ, Thessaly, 2. 
MENIZKOZ, DjTThachium, ^Isqq. 
MENNEIAZ, Acamania, 169. 



MIMNOMAXOY, TJeasaly, 2. 

MNAZHN, ApoUonia, 60. 

MONOYNIOZ, Dyrrhachium, 69. 

MOZXIAOZ, ApoUonia, 58 ; Dyr- 
rhachium, 75. 

MOZX[l]AO[, Dyrrhachium, 78. 

MOZXOY, ApoUonia, 58. 62. 

MYrriAOZ, Epirus, 89. 

MYNNIZ, Aeuianes, 11. 



N. 

NE[ ]NOZ, ApoUonia, 58. 
NIKAAAZ, Dyrrhachium, 69. 
NIKANAPOZ, ApoUonia, 56. 
NIKANAPOY, Dyrrhachium, 76. 
NIKANnP, Corcyra, 148, 149. 
NIKANOPOZ, Corcyra, 149. 
NiKAPXOZ, Aenianes, 11; Leucas, 

186. 
NIKAZinN, ApoUonia, 56. 
NIKHN, ApoUonia, 57. 
NIKHNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 72. 
NIKIA, ApoUonia, 58. 
NIKOBoYA[OZ, Leucas, 183, 185. 
NIKOKPATHZ, Leucas, 180. 
NrKoKPATOYZ, Thessaly, 2. 
NIKOMAXOY, Thessaly, 6; Dyr- 
rhachium, 77. 
NrKOMHAHZ, Leucas, 180. 
NIKOTEAEOZ, ApoUonia, 58. 
NIKYAAOY, Dyrrhachium, 72. 
N I KXIN, ApoUonia, 56. 
NIKHNOZ, ApoUonia, 58. 
NYZZANAPOY, Thessaly, 2, 6. 



MAGISTRATES NAMKS ON AUTONOMOUS COINS. 



225 



IAN, Ambracia, 95. 
;ENIZK0Y, Dyrrhachium, 77. 
:ENNin, Thes8aly,5. 
:EN0KAHZ, Apollonia, 58. 
lENOMENHZ, ThyiTheium, 193. 
;EN04>ANT0Y, ApoUonia, 58, 

62. 
;ENI2N, Dyrrhachium, 69,71 sqq. 



o. 

OBPIMOY, Dyrrhachium, 72. 
OINIAZ, Apollonia, 61. 
OAYMmXOY. Dyrrhachium, 76, 
ONOMOKAHZ, Apollonia, 60. 



n. 

HArKPATHZ, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
riANKPATHZ, Dyrrhachium, 69. 
nANANAPIOY,Dyrrhachium,72. 
HAPMENIZKOY, Apollonia, 58; 

Dyrrhachium, 72, 76. 
nAPMHNOZ, Apollonia, 58. 
riAYZA, Thessaly, 1. 
HEIZIAAOZ, Leucas, 180. 
HEPirENHZ, Dyrrhachium, 69, 

71, 73. 
riEPI, Aenianes, 202. 
nETPAIor, Thessaly, 2. 
riETPAlOY, Thessaly, 2. 
nOAl, Thessaly, 1. 



noAAinNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 76. 
nOAYSENOY, Thessaly, 2. 
nOAY, Thessaly, 4 ; Cassope, 98. 
nopTINOY, Apollonia, 58. 
nPI, Oeniadae, 1S9 sq, 
nroAEMAlOY, Thessaly, 2. 
RYenNOZ, Thessaly, 2. 
riYPBA, Dyrrhachium, 72. 



ZAPAniflN, Ambracia, 96. 
ZATY, Aetolia, 199. 
ZIAANOZ, Ambracia, 96. 
ZIMIAZ, Apollonia, 57. 
ZKYPGANA, Dyrrhachium, 76. 
ZO*lOY, Dyrrhachium, 73. 
ZTPATONIKOZ, Dyrrhachium, 
69, 71, 72. 

ZTPATIIN, Corcyra, 149; Leucas, 

185, 180. 
ZYMMAXOZ, Leucas, 185, 187. 
ZX2AAMOZ, Cassope, 98. 
ZX2KPATHZ, Leucas, 185, 187. 
ZIIKPATIAAZ, Leucas, 185. 
ZflZirENHZ, Corcyra, 149. 
ZnZIKPATHZ, Apollonia, 58. 
ZinZmATPOZ, Thessaly, 2, 3. 
Z]nZinATPOY, Thessaly, 2. 
ZQZOZ, Apollonia, 57. 
ZnZTPATC, Corcyra, 150. 
ZXlZTPIflN, Dyrrhachium, 71. 
ZnZTPinNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 

73, 77. 
ZflTEAHZ, Apollonia, 58. 

G 



226 



INDEX IV. B. 



[, Perrhaebi, 203. 
ZnTIHN, Leucas, 187. 
ZUTI, ApoUonia, 58. 



T. 



TEAEEAPXOZ, ApoUonia, 57. 
TEAE4>ANTO, Pharsalus, 43. 
TE^IAOY, Dyrrhachium, 73. 
THTOZ, Dyrrhachium, 69. 
TIMEA, Dyrrhachium, 73. 
TIMHN, ApoUonia, 57, 61. 
TIMOKPATEOZ, ApoUonia, 58. 
TOAMAIOZ, Aenianes, 11, 12. 



Y. 



YHAPOZ, Aenianes, 202. 
YnEPBAAAIlN, Leucas, 180. 



♦. 



♦AAAKPIflNOZ, Dyrrhachium, 
76. 

♦AAAKPOZ, ApoUonia, 57; Cor- 
ey ra, 150. 

^ANIZKOY, Dyrrhachium, 73. 

♦EPEKPATHZ, Thessaly, 2, 3, 6. 

♦EPEAAOZ, Acaniania, 168. 

♦lAANAPOZ, Leucas, 180, 182. 

4>IAHMnN, Leucas, 185, 187. 

♦IAinno[Y, Thessaly, 3. 

♦lAinnoY, Dyrrhachium, 73, 77. 

♦lAIZTinN, ApoUonia, 57. 



♦lAIZTIHNOZ, ApoUonia, 58. 

^lAIZTOZ, Leucas, 185. 

♦lAI, leucas, 176. 

♦lAAIA, Dyrrhachium, 73, 77. 

♦lAOAAMOY. ApoUonia, 61 ; 
Dyrrhachium, 73, 74. 

♦lAoKPATOYZ, Thessaly, 3, 5. 
♦JIAOZENiAHZ, Thessaly, 3. 
♦IAOZE[NIAOY, Thessaly, 2. 
♦lAoHENI, Thessaly, 1. 
♦lAOZENOZ, Thessaly, 2. 
♦lAOZTPATOZ, Dyrrhacliium, 

69, 71. 
♦]IAnN, Thessaly, 3. 

^lAAN, ApoUonia, 61 ; Dyrrha- 
chium, 67, 68, 73 ; Corcyra, 
150, 151. 

♦rAflNIAAZ, Corcyra, 151, 152. 

♦lAflTAZ, ApoUonia. 58 ; Dyr- 
rhachium, 68, 70 aqq, ; Corcyra, 
152; Leucas^ i^. 

♦IAI2TA, Dyrrhachium, 74, 76. 

♦ONAANIOZ, ApoUonia, 61. 

♦PYNII2NOZ, Dyrrhachium, 74. 



X. 

XAIPHN, ApoUonia, 60. 
XAIPHNOZ, ApoUonia, 58, 59. 
XAIPI AAOY, Dyrrhachium, 74,76. 
XAAKIAA, Dprhachium, 74. 
XEPZYZ, Thyrrheium, 193. 



^. 



H'YAAOY, ApoUonia, 58, 



INDEX IV. c. 



MAGISTRATES' NAMES ON IMPERIAL COINS. 



A. 

ANTrroNOY [ZTPATHroY], Thessaly, 6. 
APJIZTinNOZ [ZTPATHroY], Thessaly, 7. 

A. 

AAe]YXOY [ZTPATHroY], Thessaly, 7. 
AYKOYTOY [ZTPATHroY], Thessaly, 7. 

N. 
OYA NIKOMAXOY [ZTPATHroY], Thessaly, 7. 



INDEX V. 



ROMAN MAGISTRATES' NAMES. 



C. 
C COCCEIVS [IIVIR EPJ. Buthrotum, 97. 



Q. 
QRAECINVS [QVIN TERT], Buthrotum, 97. 



p. 

I 

T POMPONIVS [IIVIR EP], Buthrotum, 97. 



INDEX VI. 



ENGRAVERS' NAMES. 



E. 

ENNO[|]OZ, Phorae, 47. 



TEAEMNTO, Pharealus, 43. 



N.B. — Neither of thetie names is certainly of an Engraver. 



INDEX VII. 



REMARKABLE INSCRIPTIONS, 



A. 



AfPEYZ, Corcyra, 155. 
AKTIA, Nicopolis, 105, 106. 
AAEY[AZ], Larissa, 29. 
AAKA, Corcyra, 129. 
AnoAAHNoZ, ApoUonia, 56. 
AXIAAEYZ, Thessaly, 6. 



AIOZ 1 Epirus, 92. 
AlO, Corcyra, 158. 



EAEYGEPIA, Corcyra, 129. 
EAAA[, Larissa, 29. 
EYKAEIA, Corcyra, 129. 
EYNOMIA, Corcyra, 130. 



ZEYZ KAZIOZ or KAZZIOZ, 

Corcyra, 153 sqq. 



e. 



GHPA, Corcyra, 130. 



I. 



lEPA [NIKonoAIZ], Nicopolis, 
102, 103, 105 sqq. 

I EPEYZ, Epinis, 93 ; Phoenice, 109. 
lONiOZ, Issa or Pharos, 84. 



K. 



KAAAIPOA, Oeniadae, 189. 
KAZIO, Corcyra, 158. 
KAZZroZ, Corcyra, 159. 
KOPKYPA, Corcyra, 130, 132. 



REMARKABLE INSCRIPTIONS. 



231 



KTIZMA [ZEBArroY], Nico- 
polis, 102, 103. 

KTIZTHZ [AYroYrroZ], 

Nicopolis, 102, 103. 
KJYnPir, Corcyra, 131. 
KX2MOZ, Corcyra, 130. 



A. 

AAONIKA, Corcyra, 131. 
AAPIZA, Larissa, 25 sqq. 



N. 



NEOTH[Z, Corcyra, 131. 

NEPnNI AnoAAHNI 
KTIZTH, Apollonia, 62. 

NEPHNI AHMoZin RAT 
PnNI EAAAAOZ, Apol- 
lonia, 62. 



NIKA, Corcyra, 131, 133, 145, 146, 
150. 

NIKonoAIZ, Nicopolis, 102. 



n. 

riAAAAZ, Corcyra, 131. 
nPJIlTA, Corcyra, 131. 



ZHTEIPA, Corcyra, 131. 



♦. 



♦AM [A, Corcyra, 131. 
♦eiAZ, Pyrrhus, 112. 
♦nZ*OPO[Z, Corcyra, 131. 



( 232 ) 



TABLE 

OP 

Thb Rblatitb Wmonrs of ENOLiya Grains and French Gbammbs. 



Grains. 


Grammes. 


Grains. 


Grammes. 


Grains 


1 
Grammes. 


Grains. 


Grammes, 


1 


•064 


41 


2-656 


81 


5-248 


121 


7-840 


2 


•129 


42 


2-720 


82 


5-312 


122 


7-905 


3 


•194 


43 


2-785 


83 


5-378 


123 


7-970 


4 


•259 


44 


2-850 


84 


5-442 


124 


8035 


5 


•324 


45 


2-915 


85 


5-508 


125 


8100 


6 


•388 


46 


2-980 


86 


5 572 


126 


8-164 


7 


•453 


47 


3-045 


87 


5-637 


127 


8-229 


8 


•618 


48 


3-110 


88 


5-702 


128 


8-294 


9 


•583 


49 


3-175 


89 


5-767 


129 


8-359 


10 


•648 


50 


3-240 


90 


5-832 


130 


8-424 


11 


•712 


51 


3-304 


91 


5-896 


131 


8-488 


12 


•777 


52 


3-368 


92 


5-961 


132 


8-553 


13 


•842 


53 


3-434 


93 


6026 


133 . 


8-618 


14 


•907 


64 


3-498 


94 


6091 


134 


8-682 


15 


•972 


55 


3-564 


95 


6156 


135 


8-747 


16 


1036 


56 


3-628 


96 


6220 


136 


8-812 


17 


MOl 


57 


3-693 


97 


6-285 


137 


8-877 


18 


1166 


58 


3-758 


98 


6-350 


138 


8-942 


19 


1-231 


59 


3-823 


99 


6-415 


139 


9-007 


20 


r296 


60 


3*888 


100 


6-480 


140 


9-072 


21 


1-360 


61 


3-952 


101 


6-544 


141 


9-136 


22 


1-425 


62 


4-017 


102 


6-609 


142 


9 200 


23 


1-490 


63 


4-082 


103 


6-674 


143 


9-265 


24 


1-555 


64 


4146 


104 


6739 


144 


9-330 


25 


1-620 


65 


4-211 


105 


6-804 


145 


9-395 


26 


1-684 


66 


4-276 


106 


6-868 


146 


9-460 


27 


1-749 


67 


4-341 


107 


6933 j 


147 


9-525 


28 


1-814 


68 


4-406 


108 


6-998 


148 


9-590 


29 


1-879 


69 


4-471 


109 


7063 


149 


9 655 


30 


1-944 


70 


4-536 


110 


7128 


150 


9-720 


31 


2-008 


71 


4-600 


111 


7192 


151 


9 784 


32 


2073 


72 


4-665 


112 


7-257 


152 


9-848 


33 


2-138 


73 


4-729 


113 


7322 


153 


9-914 


34 


2-202 


74 


4-794 


114 


7387 


164 


9978 


36 


2-267 


75 


4-859 


115 


7-452 


155 


10-044 


36 


2-332 


76 


4-924 


116 


7-516 


156 


10-108 


37 


2397 


77 


4-989 


117 


7-581 


157 


10173 


38 


2-462 ' 


78 


5-054 


118 


7-646 


158 


10-238 


39 


2-627 


79 


5-119 


119 


7-711 


159 


10-303 


40 


2-692 


80 


5-184 


120 


7-776 


160 


10-368 



( 233 ) 



TABLE 



OF 



The Relative Weights op Ekolish Grains and French Grammes. 



Qrains. 


Grammes. 


Grrams 


Grammes. 


Grams 


Grammes. 


Grains. 


Grammes. 


161 


10-432 


201 


13024 


241 


15-616 


290 


18-79 


162 


10-497 


202 


13-089 


242 


15-680 


300 


19-44 


163 


10-562 


203 


13154 


243 


15-745 


310 


20-08 


164 


10-626 


204 


13-219 


244 


15-810 


320 


20-73 


165 


10-691 


205 


13-284 


245 


15-875 


330 


2138 


166 


10-756 


206 


13-348 


246 


15-940 


340 


2202 


167 


10-821 


207 


13-413 


247 


16-005 


350 


22-67 


168 


10-886 


208 


13-478 


248 


16070 


360 


23-32 


169 


10-951 


209 


13-543 


249 


16-135 


370 


23-97 


170 


11-016 


210 


13-608 


250 


16-200 


380 


24-62 


171 


11-080 


211 


13-672 


251 


16-264 


390 


25-27 


172 


11-145 


212 


13-737 


252 


16-328 


400 


2592 


173 


11-209 


213 


13-802 


253 


16-394 


410 


26-56 


174 


11-274 


214 


13-867 


254 


16-458 


420 


27-20 


175 


11-339 


215 


13-932 


255 


16-524 


430 


27-85 


176 


11-404 


216 


13996 


256 


16-588 


440 


28-50 


177 


11-469 


217 


14-061 


257 


16-653 


460 


2915 


178 


11-534 


218 


14126 


258 


16-718 


460 


29-80 


179 


11-599 


219 


14-191 


259 


16-783 


470 


30 45 


180 


11-664 


220 


14-266 


260 


16-848 


480 


31-10 


181 


11-728 


221 


14-320 


261 


16-912 


490 


31-75 


182 


11-792 


222 


14385 


262 


16 977 


500 


32-40 


183 


11-858 


223 


14-450 


263 


17 042 


510 


33-04 


184 


11-922 


224 


14-515 


264 


17-106 


520 


33-68 


185 


11-988 


225 


14-580 


265 


17-171 


530 


34-34 


186 


12052 


226 


14-644 


266 


17-236 


540 


34-98 


187 


12117 


227 


14 709 


267 


17-301 


650 


3564 


188 


12-182 


228 


14-774 


268 


17-366 


560 


36-28 


189 


12-247 


229 


14-839 


269 


17-431 


570 


36-93 


190 


12-312 


230 


14-904 


270 


17-496 


580 


37-58 


191 


12-376 


231 


14-968 


271 


17-560 


590 


38-23 


192 


12-441 


232 


15-033 


272 


17-625 


600 


38-88 


193 


12-506 


233 


15-098 


273 


17-689 


700 


45-36 


194 


12-571 


234 


15-162 


274 


17-754 


800 


51-84 


195 


12-636 


235 


15-227 


275 


17-819 


900 


58-32 


196 


12-700 


236 


16-292 


276 


17-884 


1000 


64-80 


197 


12-765 


237 


15-357 


277 


17-949 


2000 


129 60 


198 


12-830 


238 


15-422 


278 


18-014 


3000 


194-40 


199 


12-895 


239 


15-487 


279 


18079 


4000 


259-20 


200 


12-960 


240 


15-552 


280 


18144 


5000 


324 00 



H H 



( 234 ) 



TABLE 



won 



CoNYfiRTlNQ EkQLISH InCHBS IKTO MILLIMETRES AND THK 

Mbabures of Mionnet's Scale. 



English Inches 



9'S 



9B 



French Millimetres 

J0O 



95 



MioNN Ells Scale 
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S-fi 



8- 



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is- 

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10- 



9 

8 
7 
6- 

4, 
S 

Z 

1 



90 
85 

80 
fS 
7D 
6S 
00 
66 
50 
45 
40 

S5 

SO 
26 
20 
15 
10 
6 



I 



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PHERAE, PHTH 1 OTIS. 



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